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How I Lead as Ward Mission Leader | An Interview with Liliana and Danny Bolaos

Leading Saints Podcast

39:48 min | 3 months ago

How I Lead as Ward Mission Leader | An Interview with Liliana and Danny Bolaos

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But the segment of how i lead where i reach out to individuals across the world in various callings or in various leadership capacities. And just ask them. How is it that you lied and we do it more often than went to like once a month but more and more people are encouraging me that this is where the good stuff is right. This is where we get to learn about where other people are serving in. How and there's a lot of inspiration that couldn't come out of that so instead of doing monthly episodes interview two different leaders. I'm going to try and do this on a more regular basis. Maybe even three to four times a month shorter episodes that you can just quickly this into on a weekday drive or on your way to work or on a quick walk and we're gonna dive into specific so hopefully would love to get your feedback on this as we do more and more of these how i lead segments. They no hope that you enjoy them. And you find much inspiration from them in this episode. I talked with anna. And danny bodos who are well. Danny is the ward mission leader in his Spanish speaking ward in eagle mountain idaho and liliana is in that work with them as a ward missionary and together. They really tackle this calling in found a lot of success and it unique approaches especially during the time of pandemic and so we dive into these talk about them. The leadership principles they live by and With the success they're having. We hope that you find similar. Success so here is my interview with liliana and danny molinos. Today i have the opportunity to connect with liliana and danny bolanos. They say your last name right very close bullying your buluan us all right just wherever they think. This is right okay. I speak a little spanish. So at least i. I know how the nba works. So so not where you located. Obviously you're happily married couple. We're gonna talk about your experience serving in your your word mission but Give us some some brief background on you too. So we recently moved to eagle mountain. Utah about may can. We've been here ever since obviously sleeves very difficult just to get to know the members back then we were having church at all with other members so we love it. We love it here nice. Yeah and so obviously recording this in december of twenty twenty so we're in the thick the pandemic and Louisiana your convert to the church. Yeah yeah i am. I was about fourteen years old. And as i actually baptist or utah and so coming here Attitude to get to know the youth and we love them. We get to work a lot with a lot of them. A lot of our missionaries are our youth between the ages of sixteen to nineteen years old. I think that it has been our favorite of our calling so far great. And you're in the in a in a spanish word out. There eagle mountain. Is that right yes. Is it covered quite a bit of eagle mountain near it covers two and a half three stakes which is about half a little over half of eagle mountain and then the other half eagle mountain is a separate ward will awesome. And where's your ear. Latino heritage come for both of you mexican or gasa. I was born in mexico Adamant is three years old Mexican yemen parents immigrated to the united states. Allow for five years before i was born and they actually met here at an english class and in mexico yes from mexico from yes of course We used to joke. In silverman mission in sacramento spanish-speaking. Seems like more than half. The people we met were friendly to accom- and we were. We'd always joke. We wonder that we wonder if many people are even left in me congas. they've all had avenue or the united states so nowhere and probably it just seemed that way is a lot of people from out. So that's cool so little bit the as as we do onto how lead episodes will find this specific person serving in calling in the nest. Them how is it that they lead. And so bring us down. Danny are you. Are you the mission leader. You the score. President in the in like were missionary. Or how does that house dynamic work so my calling his ward mission leader. My wife's calling is a ward missionary. But when the bishop was talking to her he essentially said you're the assistant ward mission leader. Here he needs so is really a duel. That's cool this great preparation for maybe a future mission When you get to be companions again it feels like times. That's cool so the first jump into this. With the the first principle making sure members understand their value. What do you mean by that. Maybe expand on that. A big thing that we noticed when we first came into the ward Was that argues. Loved missionary work Remember the first meeting. We had with the missionaries. The years were just so excited to participate in your good tell that it was such a sacred calling to them in the way that they participated and gave their ideas. And we're so quick to act on. The imitations imitations of the current ward mission leader. At the time when we first got here we recall to be word missionaries and then after a few months james call to be the ward mission leader. And i guess we just kinda started asking ourselves. W-why is it that they use them so motivated to do missionary work there. Remember one day was our first time meeting them in person. We were doing a service project for a member and we were talking about the pandemic in how it's so difficult to do missionary work in the pandemic being ward missionaries in. How couldn't imagine what it was like fulltime issue and i remember telling these two young men. They're both fairness emissions. Night told them. I don't think i could have done it. It would have been so hard for me to be inside all day. And i will never forget that they just looked at each other and said i can do not worry. I know that the lord will provide. And i know that we'll have unique opportunities and i just remember thinking well being so negative about it and they really are not faced by the challenges of the pandemic they know the importance of serving new mission in no the importance of sharing their testimonies and sharing the gospel. And i remember just thinking these youth no the value of their testimonies and these years now the value of the gospel in their lives and how it can influence other people's sites in the getting them who so they on we realized the word had done such a job just helping these youth understand their value first of all children of garden secondly as missionaries here. And wherever they're sent you. So is there anything you can pinpoint in your word as far as how your ward stimulated at type of Of engagement or value of their testimony and whatnot. I mean i think generally speaking. i'm either great. I mean those that engage with the gospel in a calm. I mean naturally it's going to happen to some extent. But i'm just curious if your words specifically does anything that you like really stimulates that more effectively. I really feel. This is what i believe these youth. A lot of these members are first generation second generation members of the church and the faith and the faith of these people need to make a change. Like this is sounding. My mother is the pioneer of my family lily. My wife is the pioneer of her family. And i always have pioneers but these people we can talk to them direct in these youth either pioneers of their parents or the pioneers being being able to hear those stories. Here those testimonies it makes missionary work very real to them. They've seen it firsthand and so that they know they know as possible. It's not just a story to them. They'd seen it a lot of these. Youth have had missionary experiences at it from a very young age where they've seen people progress through the gospel. Be baptized accept the gospel in hold callings in their war. So it's very real to them. It's not just an idea. And they have the faith to know that no matter what happens during the pandemic what happens wherever they get called on their missions lord will provide because provided already seen his hand in missionary working. The i like that you know just from my experience myself. You know serving the latino people. I mean serving a spanish speaking ward wherever you are. You're going to get some baptisms. I'll tell you that. So you'll see people convert and for those youth. They've been they've edinburgh seat whether it's their parents themselves to really see that conversion in so takes back the principle of maybe you know a word out there or a youth doesn't maybe they're like myself with a long history of members of the church and family to really articulate the conversion process that made the for parents to do that or leaders to talk about their conversion in that makes it a little more real. They're seen more as a pioneer maybe in their life. yeah. I definitely agree with that. Adding onto that. I think are world leaders. Have just been amazing. At giving the us opportunities to serve in a we half of them are work missionaries the ones that are preparing to mission around the mission age. The bishop has given them the calling of ward missionaries and realized that a lot of the leaders are very open about sharing experiences that they've had specifically with use whether they're sharing those experiences with the youth and just kind of thanking them for their efforts in their testimonies or whether they're sharing it with the other leaders to encourage other leaders and the other members to involve youth more. I think the leaders have just been a great job at involving youth in and sharing their testimonies of the impact that they can make this one of your principles. Here is the youth. Have a unique skill set for for missionary work. And so obviously. Your word is succeeding that so is there a. Is there a system in place that may be. Your bishopric is mindful of that. When they get to certain age they automatically call them as a ward missionary or if they have plans to serve a mission How does that work is their system by speaking with the bishop he. He just loves the youth all ages twelve to to leave on their missions. He always wants to give them an opportunity to serve missionary work in these. Even young adults are treated as fulltime missionaries. In the sense of when i served a mission. I'm sure when you mentioned as well the be members love you in Wanted to talk you all the time and share their experiences with you And that's what they do with these youths. They treat them the way they hold them to higher standard and expect them to go out and to share their testimonies. And that's what makes them so unafraid. And so i think our youngest ward missionary fourteen fifteen in so all of the other were missionaries. That were youth started being around that time gives them a chance to be able to overcome that initial fear of of sharing something. That's so important to you. So by the time that they are serving their missions they already. There's no there's no nervousness desire your fear behind so pre pandemic times. I mean. I would imagine they're still going to the youth the sunday school class. Or how are you involved there. Because i think a lot of words think that's a great idea. I'm gonna call youth to be were missionaries. And then they sort of in the corner They don't know how to engagement in eastern. So how's your done. So we have mystery coordination meetings which on my mission it was strictly me and my companion and the ward mission leader in this unit. It's all everyone all the word missionaries the ehlers karm counselor Over missionary work in released. The study counters over missionary. Everyone involved in it's really. It's some accountability in the beginning of invitations. We've extended in the past but it's also a brainstorming session than most of the most creative ideas come from the youth they're given an opportunity to share and to create ideas themselves. Let them express themselves because a lot of time without here. When i was a youth i was missionary before my mission. I did not do. There is never i never got invited. Any coordination beating. I never really got invited to go out with the missionaries calling. But i really had the desire. But i wasn't invited. I didn't understand what my place in was in that calling. These us do understand because they're given opportunities in these meetings to share their ideas and to see those ideas become a reality taking him to the war council the world council of the loves those ideas as well and they get to see that end so it encourages more youth to be able to share their ideas. Enough feel so shy. They see each other as peers of france. And so it's just spitballing ideas. And those ideas come to fruition and it's an easy way to have. Everyone worked together dice in often. Do you have those correlation meetings. Once a week in how many missionaries are serving in your work. We have a pair of their mess sister. Michelle nice nice. Her the two and a half goal. It's a real. What i'm hearing. Is that you know involving you. Just inviting them treating them as your your appear inviting the name of meetings making sure that they have an invitation to act the involved in in the usually carried out when when they have that information Sharon i think just adding onto that with in my personal experience. Also what we've been doing youth. I realized that when leaders go out of their way to have a personal relationship with the youth it makes a difference. I think it's important for the youth to know why we want them to share their testimonies. And it's because we trust them not because oh we want to have this. Many baptisms origin grow. But because we love each other because the lord loves us because the lord loves his children that don't have the gospel yet. We need to share the gospel end. I just think back to my conversion. And i think that was a very significant thing for me and the youth that helped me in my conversion process. I was fourteen years old now is going through a really difficult time. My parents were divorcing and there was just a lot that i was kind of going through at the time and i remember that the young women in my word and my young women's later became my best friends and i just knew that they cared about me. Knew that they loved me in so through them. I kind of realized how much the lord loves me. Hendin just motivated me to want to share that with others and it helps me. I think to share the gospel in a more genuine way. And i remember that all of the youth felt that way. All of us felt a connection with each other n. Even now youth. That i grew up with that were in that were that i was baptized into. We're all like brothers and sisters literal brothers and sisters. I know that anything happens to me. I know i can just call. And they'll be there you know and i just think that there's this bond in just creating those connections and you have a desire to connect we need to connect especially now more than ever and we really try our best to just reach. Join us to know what's going on in their lives and to ask them questions in. Nc how they're doing and they do a really good job specifically at sharing things on social media and sometimes they share very personal deep things on social media and send them private messages to just talk to them about that. And what's going on. And i think that that genuine connection in just helping them understand how long feels about them it it just it makes all the difference so going back. The liliana tear a conversion process. You know you talked about how the youth in the leaders relief felt like they were there for you. Remember anything specific in how they did that or what that looked like day-to-day but we spent a lot of time together for sure whether it was neutral you know turn activities during the week or church on sunday outside of church. We spent a lot of time together. We were also constantly finding activities where we share the gospel with her friends in a more natural way so he'd have like sports nights on the weekends or we'd get together to watch a movie at our young women leaders house and i remember that it was just we were always hanging out always with the intention of. Let's bring someone that may need to know that heavenly father is of that word we actually had quite a few use optimism's after i was about so i think that really helped me. Just feeling like they were my friends. We also were very involved with the full time missionaries and they also felt like our friends and they also came to opt things obviously. They couldn't play sports with us. Watch movie but were there and snow relationships with then and so that has really that really helped as well to be involved with the full time missionaries in tech. Hear them say that they need of big possum anything else. You'd like to mention as far as the youth dynamic involving the youth or really leveraging the the resources they are the youth really know how to use social media. They understand they know what the share they know how to share it so that he reads people so it can. I dunno bypass the algorithms in each. The most amount of people's possible in the usa is. They've pointed themselves in the right direction in the post and they know what to say they know what share and i think. That's one of the most valuable skills at the have right now. That that's awesome. That's great you also mentioned ever serve the unique approach. She'd been very intentional. During the pandemic lists three principles. Maybe walk us through those as far as how you found success during the pandemic in missionary work so at the start of the pandemic around early summer. The we received training from an area. Seventy about the latino outreach program. It was a church program. That's supposed to be implemented united states in canada. Where we find all of the hispanics in our area in our word boundaries. All the spanish speakers a lot of the time these these Spanish speakers are not as involved in the community as as as everyone else be a language barrier just a cultural difference on the really feel welcome possibly due to that barrier of we are not interested in the same things or we. Don't talk the same way. So we've been really attacking that during the pandemic really because our church leaders have advised us to that. This is the time to do it. It's a little confusing because you'd think it would be different. It's kind of hard to find people that you don't know on social media or through the internet or without knocking on their door so it has been a challenge but that's one thing that we have been focusing on a lot during the pandemic season. Yes so give us a summary is like the latino. Outreach is like a formal initiative that the came from this area seventy Is coming from the church. Yeah it was i. It's formal but the a lot of freedom to do with how we feel like we need to do it in our area. Basically the goal is to just find allah hispanics within your ward boundaries whether they're members are non members to just be able to know where they are and be able to leave france them now obviously in utah finding all the latinos in your word even with your larger word that covers a few stakes. Maybe more doable than maybe somebody. In pennsylvania finding out the latinos Might be but you can say like all the latinos in your in your neighborhood assumed the churches adapting it for those areas but basically this. This focused effort of seeing vegan. Reach out connect to other people in your culture back. Exactly that's cool all right You've been doing a virtual crispus lessons recording in in december so i'm sure this approach can be adapted after the holidays. But how does that work so this is actually something that the youth came up with With all the activities that we've had like my husband was talking about our missionary coordination meetings. We always ask them. What do you do or how would you change the so. This is an idea that you came up with for this christmas time that we're in so basically the goal is that right now in our word. We have quite a few on baptized children. That belong to families that aren't as active right now and so what. We were kind of brainstorming. How can we reach those families. How can we make a connection with them. Help them fill the spirit in their homes during the pandemic where baby we can't just go knock on their doors or get to know them in my husband and i obviously don't know very many members so the youth have held a lot of what we're doing is we're kind of dividing up into companionship's and our goal is that each week. We release a christmas video. That is going to be posted on the primary facebook page in our word and our word facebook page and basically each companionship award missionaries companionship of these youth will share a message so this week the message is why do we need a savior. Next week is who were mary. And joseph week after the birth of christ and then the last week of december we're focusing on mizen important to remember this abeer after christmas time so basically. We're sharing these messages with intentions of of reaching active members and less active members during this christmas time to just help them feel the spirit and also to give these opportunities to teach right now when it's a little bit more difficult than we can't knock on doors than we can definitely join the missionaries discussions resume. But we definitely wanted to give us an opportunity to be prayerful and to be able to prepare less together in kind of preparing to serve a fulltime mission in. It's something that really excited about in great ideas. They're planning on incorporating videos or using cartoons to kind of act things out in the very creative very tech savvy so they allow. That's something that we're doing during this time. That early excited about you are leading in. That's great i. I love the idea in general. But i love the the thought of it gives the youth opportunities to sort of think through that lesson preparation process right so that it is may be developed skill once there a missionary and in doing the same thing. That's that's really then. The other thought that came to mind is that you can't obviously in missionary work you want to stimulate connection. You want to meet people you want to get to know them in their stories or whatever and you really can't do that without creating a venue to do that and so a simple you know zoom lesson during a pandemic where people can come and maybe they don't come every time or maybe just once but still you've created a venue freshly happened and we can't expect connection or expect. The sharing. the gospel happened without. I the venue for to happen right by exactly when our fears was literally do like sort of zoom call than the people that were trying to reach. That might not watch. Just won't come so the goal and make video and just posting on facebook pages that it's for private and if made less active member or nonmember rooms into it and they watch it no one else knows you know and if we just wanted to create a more private setting where someone could run into the video and have that it feel the spirit movement. Maybe if it wasn't intentional maybe they didn't open up their facebook to feel the spirit. So talk to me more about the the technicalities of that. So you have a do these via or facebook live or how. How do you have a facebook group. And how does all that work. Gas iowa does have a facebook page and then they also have a separate primary age facebook page or our work and so what we do is it's actually not a zoom recording. It's just a video at the youth record on their own with their laptops on we would just post them onto these pages okay. So they don't have to like get zoom. Lincoln participate likely to sunday school. Or whatever right now so just book and they say oh look. They posted a new video in in on average. How long are they. We decided to keep them under three and a half minutes around in general to keep them short and simple the algorithm. You gotta keep them go to in this third part as far as Missionary work during the pandemic. It sounds sounds a whole lot like a youth idea which is great because it's so dynamic in great but you call it the bajo damascus behind the mask right social media challenger below the maskrey at. How does that were. Yeah so that was actually an idea from a few youth and young adults. Though he spoke to about how can we share testimonies during the pandemic in make it really unique to the pandemic and so the hash tag by Hashtag under this mask was an idea thrown around amongst our friends in these youth about posting a selfie on instagram facebook with a with a mask like face covering and chiro testimonies that we're all children of god under this mask where all unique but we all are brothers and sisters something very simple something that could be sharable on facebook and instagram hall social media. But that's just an example of ideas that we have about social media about how to share things in to have it reached certain people despite not really being able to knock on the door or visit somebody due to the pandemic. yeah. I hate so massive. Heart of the invitation is also to create a mask yourself. That represents either who you are or your culture man so it was super. It was fun opportunity to just be able to be creative. And then as long us we were able to post these on social media and use the hashtag kind of combine them altogether and our goal was to be able to share testimonies online and then also when we go out to the grocery store. Whatever we can wear these masks and hopefully it can be conversation starters outside of social heads really about just being so creative when these ideas that are having right. Now i can see a mass. You know good missionary mask at a grocery store of You know are you familiar with the church of jesus christ of latter day saints. Would you like to know more. And so i end. You'll have to send us some links of some of these masks and there are some of these posts are some these posts on social media if there they are public and maybe even get an idea of and again. I just love the concept of you know the getting past the algorithm or leveraging the algorithm social media and again. I doubt you know the church has done. A lot of these hashtag campaigns right like giving thanks and right now reporting or in the middle of the world now with a giving. Thanks one and that was great. It was cool to see what happened. I doubt now pat but a past president nelson who's pretty dynamic profit. But i doubt that he sat up in bed one day. Thought i've got to do it. Hashtag of giving thanks and this is what we're gonna do most likely the marketing department but their heads the said all right. This works when you do hashtag campaign. So what can we do. And they beat around. Some ideas in nelson. Said i approve. Let's do this record the video and so for award especially a word mission to come together and say what week campaign or a month long campaign could we do around a hashtag to stimulate some connection in our area you know and then i grew magin. If you're be dropped on you can do a hashtag. You know loving in meteoric donner service in meteoric gone or whatever right and so very specific for your area and a lot of good connection can come from it so i love that idea. Yeah we we have really loved it and we left there by anyone that that wants to participate. We've got the hashtag under the mask. That's the english version of it but yeah it really has helped us so much in part of the challenges challenging other friends to do the same. So we've seen. Are you able to invite their friends in the area as well and it's been really really wonderful as you were talking. I searched that that hashtag. And it's not just a is. You're not the only one to use this hashtag right. It's a general's not religious or latter-day saints so which is a good thing right that means other people are going to stumble across it in see testimony in think when this is out in other. Lds hashtag gra churches And they go down the wormhole and find deeper truths anyway. Sorry marketing gig. I kick out over the summer. Awesome the another point you put. Here's coordinating with missionaries. But maybe already yard touchdown in you'd to as far as how you coordinate with the local fulltime missionaries. We did already touch on a little bit. Really the only thing that would be different from what we said before was that coordinating altogether with the ward missionaries. The full time missionaries. Everyone involved in missionary work in the ward in finding the right platform to discuss For us it has been using. What's app everyone in our award has utilized as that app. What's app and it has a group chat feature can share practically everything in that group and it's been it's been really helpful for us to be able to be up to date on what the missionaries are doing throughout the week. Not just on the coordination meeting day and for the youth to another were missionaries to win idea sparks in their mind throughout the week. They don't have to wait to share it. They can share it immediately on there and feel validated from everyone else. That such a great idea. Let's try it throughout the week and then we can later. Follow up at the coronation meeting so everything is a little more in real time and it's been very useful for us. It helps us coordinate with the full time missionaries a lot easier. We know what they're doing. They know what we're doing a throughout the entire week. No what's apposite that great resource. I'm not as familiar with the. I never know why but it seems like in the us. It hasn't caught on as much as but if you go to any ward outside especially in latin america. They're probably using what's happened. Some four mike is really popular outside the united states. But for some reason hasn't caught on as much here. But i know people use it. And it's a great way to have a bull chat setting where people can share and discussed and in groups electrically so awesome any other apps that you use technology in your missionary efforts definitely zoom during ads. Those are the main two months often. Zoom now off dependent ardmore. We can meet in person finding that platform that works for everyone. Whatever it is in your work and just essential to having that constant communication being able to remind each other each other accountable up notes on missionaries. Yeah awesome will. I definitely got one more question for you. But i definitely want to give a shout out to leinna burto. Who connected us. She's a listener to leading saints. And i got an email her. She said you've got two interviews couple and so we did. I think she was one of the youth that you were interested. During your conversion as that right liliana yes family in my order and they helped me so much and if you're wondering matter if that Name sounds familiar to many latter day saints. It's that family saw funded connect with elena and And i'm glad she connected the so last question i have and we'll start with you. Danny liliana if you want to answer this while. That'd be great so but the question is as you reflected on your time being a leader missionary leader hours that helps you become a better follower of jesus. Christ it is definitely humble me alive. It is very difficult calling but it provides a lot of challenges especially now during the pandemic. There's there's always a lot of pressure on the missionaries and were mission-leader to stay active into Keep finding new ways. I would not be able to do that by myself. I've learned to trust more in heavenly father to provide to delete some of that stress in to help me in kind of take my hand. Sometimes i'm having a hard time thinking about something coming up with something coming up with what we can do to help. Certain people that missionaries are teaching her. How we can arrange are scheduled to better fit missionary schedule on the with my wife a lot as well to be able to trust in her in her wonderful ideas that will help. Further michigan can award. So it's definitely helped me become a follower in that sense where i can listen more intently to the spirit. Listen more to those ideas that come to mind that sometimes in other situations they might put on the backburner the now that i have this responsibility. Half to be more attentive to those types of things. i've really felt a stronger connection. Father through this service the good times and the more challenging tax possum. The leeann house being were mission-leader helped to become a better follower of jesus. Christ how man cryer. So i'm gonna try. I just instantly think of how this going has just really solidified my testimony. That loving people is the best way to be a missionary and that there's no substitute for genuinely loving the people who you serve with and the people that you each and you're trying to reach i have really felt so much love for the youth that we've been able to serve with and that's been able to translate into love for the time missionaries in the people that are teaching and i just these users so amazing and because this love and i would just invite any leader no matter what they're calling is to to pray for this love Because it really just helps so much to be able to trust the people that you serve with to be able to care for them. And i know that it makes a difference in their lives to and they feel that even justice last week i was with one of the us. We were preparing activity. And he's just paused and he just he just let me know bike he really loves to be and he just think for what we what we've done to help him with his testimony and just not about you know no matter what you do. If are you still that we left them. We're doing calling straight. And i've just been able to understand god's love better for us and that that really is the key ingredient to missionary of we hear it all the time and there's there really just isn't a substitute thank includes my interview with liliana and danny bola news and appreciate their perspective. Their thoughts help. Maybe this is led you to some inspiration. You'll try some things whether it's an idea that they articulated or one that came up yourself but jump in and try something new and definitely share the gospel as best. She can now. We're looking for other individuals that we can interview on the how i lead segment. We have a list already but we would love. Add to that list. So go to leading saints dot org slash contact and tell us who in your area is really hitting a home run in their calling and it really can be any calling. We would love to hear it because this is how we lead learning best practices trying to implement them ourselves and seeing what good comes from it. So please go to leading saints dot org slash contact and let us know and remind you once again to text. The word lead to four seven four seven four seven in order to subscribe to the leading saints weekly newsletter came as a result of the position of leadership which was imposed upon us by the god of heaven who brought forth they restoration of the gospel of jesus christ and when the declaration was made concerning the own only true and living church upon the face of the earth we were immediately put in a position of loneliness loneliness of leadership from which we cannot shrink nor runaway hand which we must face up with boldness and courage and ability.

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"Where to start all right, you know this very simply rat poison the stuff you get at home depot, or wherever and you put it in the house or under the house or your pest control company goes and puts these bait stations out with poison in it. All that stuff. is is really bad for the environment. There's six particular poisons. That, we and my colleagues are trying to get banned in the state of California at least. We have a really good window of opportunity right now, because these particular six poisons their anticoagulant meaning. They're they're. They're made to the animals. Eat this stuff. BLEED OUT! They hemorrhaged from the inside out. That's how it's supposed to kill the rodents. Well, what happens is it's just like DT. It'll get into the mice and rats or gophers or ground squirrels, and then whatever predates on those could be a house. Cat could be a hawk and Eagle Mountain Lion. Vin. They get a dose of that poison. And like DD. It bioaccumulates that those poisons go into the liver, and they have half lives of three months to nine months. That means. Those chemicals stay in these scavengers and predators, cats, the lions, the Hawks, owls, these poisons stay in their livers, so then they get another dose when they eat by chance, another poisoned rodent and another, and another they so now they they're magnifying in this liver well. What's research has shown. Is that the fields, the wildcats, Bob Cats mountain lions lay can withstand a lot of this hemorrhaging these hemorrhaging chemicals, and it'll actually. cause them to have to become immune compromised and for a disease, normally benign called mange. Ear MITES mange. Will take over? So now they're losing their hair and their itchy, and then they can't hunt, and then they are starving to death. They come closer and closer to humans trying to get water, 'cause they're very very sick. And that's when we find them. And unfortunately the majority of them don't survive. I had two calls in the last. Few Days tracking a bobcat off of so cal San Jose Road and another one in Morgan Hill. We picked up two other ones in Santa. Cruz County. Oh! month ago, maybe two days apart was found oddly enough funny enough, not really in the Rachel Carson Meadow at UC Santa Cruz. And they also they have these rodenticides in their livers. So what we're doing to get back to it, is we we? We have a campaign going. We want people to add their names to our petition. Asking asking the US EPA. The US Environmental Protection Agency the the California Environmental Protection Agency, and all these other leaders, asking them to please put a moratorium on the use of products containing these poisons. Still all the research is done. And the and and even the EPA has said the certain research needs to be done and it and it's never been done since the nineteen ninety, so we need. We need this and it'll be on our website, which hopefully you can put a link up and there's all there's all things P.. There's a bunch of things people can do so. It's on our landing page and I can give that to you later. Okay Yeah. I will run you a little. Add on our website and. I know that we've done this in the past and I wasn't aware how ongoing effort this was, so he sent me. The links I'll write a story about it, and I'll see if I can't turn it into something that stays on the homepage for a while so that people will know that they can help out on this because it is very important, Bob. Cats are these majestic, little little like a big cat, but they're great creatures and mountain lions are great creatures. Now what all has been killed by these rodenticides I was working on a list and some of this was a guest. Mountain Lions Bob. Cats coyotes raptors, dogs, and cats and anything else. That eats dead rodents. Was I right on dogs and cats? Absolutely okay I thought so but pretty much anything. In fact, they're finding in crickets. They're finding in insects and and snails. I mean it's really working through. The environment and here's the thing if it were an oil spill, I'm I. It's like an oil spill. It's contaminating our environment. It's creeping into the these ecosystems contaminating all sorts of species. So if it was an oil spill, we would have an emergency response and we would how we would hold the arpey the responsible party accountable. But here's here's this. You don't see the damage if these animals were glowing. Then people would be up in arms about it, but it's silent. And and and it is so much like DDT. The parallels are incredible so hopefully people will go on and read this and add their comments. And hopefully we can get these things band because they're not necessary anyway. If a rodent problem, you just have to exclusion, which means closing up the holes around your house, or whatever it is you WANNA protect.

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The evil man your neighbour the 1cor5 brother and the 2tim3 christian 20201103 to 20201105

Jesus is the Christ

33:24 min | 6 months ago

The evil man your neighbour the 1cor5 brother and the 2tim3 christian 20201103 to 20201105

"Hello hello. I'm not live so i was thinking of doing early. Wordstar your jerusalem. Number two hundred on the subject is the evil man. My neighbor is the evil man my neighbor the conclusion to all of this can be if he is your neighbour. Then he's your neighbor. You know because we should avoid either man but you might be living next one or on top of one or in the same house Swan then he is your neighbor or you might be working with him so to sum it up. We can see that you know. We shouldn't tar people you know and so on and also we have this about a few copies food about so we shouldn't Receive a gift from eagle mountain. You can also in the end. Look at what. Jesus asked about the neighbor we notice. He's not someone living close to. You necessarily someone in need of help. That he's your neighbor in the meek and humble you you know we do have. Those in need is is Is what jesus advises us. You know but yeah so so. I'm gonna go through some verses now. We're going to start with the first occurrence. Alba ebl men so let's Let's put it here into the search bar we have the first occurrence. Actually i can't find it so he's leaving but some notes. I'm going to look at that. The first occurrence of evil men deuteronomy one thirty five. Surely there's not one of these men of these evil generation. See that goodland. Which i swear to give onto your father's so we can see here that some people some evil men was simply not be saved. Yajah's nine fifty seven and all the evil man of the men no session deed god render upon their heads and upon them came the curse over your thunder son year body. You're so we see that. No god does not like evil man and he he Recompense his them on their own head job. Divide twelve then they cry but non gave it all answer because of the pride of men so you know we can also stop the rebuke approved because evil men won't rebuke you. They won't Sharp an iron like a brother psalm. Hundred nineteen hundred hundred fifteen depart from me evildoers for i will keep the commandments. Oh my god probes four bh for north into the pulse of the wicked and go not in the way of evil men avoided pause not by turn from it and pass away so it's clear here that we should actually avoid them physically. Avoid them now. If you are if these your neighbor you know or living in your house. It can be difficult to avoid them and then we have the teaching of jesus too good to them that hate eunson for but we continue approach for four days sleep not accept. They have done mischief and their sleep is taken away unless they have. They caused some to four. So we have people here who simply can't get sleep unless they hurt others yet. You must understand this that these are evil men saves either man comes and claims you you you I can't sleep because of you were. Yeah because he doesn't get the shawn's to torture us. Bob problems sleeping because of that because you need someone to torture to fall asleep you know for. They eat the bread of wickedness and drink the wine of violent of violence in. oh they can't get food unless they do something bad. It's food for them. It's you know it's what they feed on pros. twelve thousand. The week decides the net evil man root of the righteous yields fruit. So we have also this that people get you know people who desire what evil man bring you know. Evil man can for example rich rich in this world that generally controlled by evil men. I guess so the wicked like riches in this world so you can actually get snared by by your desires. You know because you want with evil men have problems. Twenty four dow envious against evil men. Neither decided to be with them for their heart studies destruction and they're leaps talk of mischief. They the destruction you see they. They make a point of order looking at. How can i destroy this person. What would happen to this person if i did that. If i said that that person has told me this thing if i would tell that to some this person what would happen to him. The this kind of thing is what evil men do they. They kind of study how they can destroy. Other people from this is also proverbs. Twenty four nineteen not because of evil men neither be thou envious at the wicked for there shall be no reward to the evil man. The candle of the wicked shall be put out. Evil man understand not judgment but they seek the lord understand all things so they don't understand judgment this is important to realize that evil men don't understand judgment they simply don't believe in god you know recompense to no man's evil for evil provide things honest in the sight of all men but evil men and seducers shall vacs worse and worse deceiving and being deceived. So they they go worse and worse with time also and they. They are deceived their not. Pleasing god you see so Now we're gonna. I look at this lost about my neighbor. Which is jesus. Christ in luke ten and he also said the ause thou shalt love the lord god with all your heart and with all die soul emmy the will strengthen with all die mind neighbor asked i self and he said on the dow has answered right the stew and thou shalt liver but he willingly Willing to justify himself said onto jesus and who is my neighbor and niece's offering said a certain man went down from jerusalem to jericho and fell among thieves which stripped him off his meant and won't wounded him and the party leaving him hof dead and by shawn's that came down certain priests that way and when he saw him he posed by you on the other side and likewise levi when he was at the place came and looked on him and post by on the other side but a certain samaritan as a yawn came where he was and when he saw him he had compassion on him and went to him and bound up his wound pouring in oil and wine and set them on. Its own beast. Ambro tim tune in and took care of him. And on the moro moro when he departed he took out two pence and gave them to the host and said on team take care of him. And what's ever they'll spend is more when i come again. I will repay the which now of these three things. Dr was neighbor onto him that fell among the thief's and he said he that shoes mercy on him then said jesus on team go and do likewise so we show mercy on people. That's how we are their neighbor. You know and if they if they're evil should be shown mercy on them where we should avoid them should not work close to them because they evil. You know the so. It's not like you go and try to get in contact with evil men to do good works to them. That's not what you should do. But if you're living with evil man a one way to survive could be to to do good works for him to some degree so that so we the good to them. That hate us know. Where's that code. I haven't had this actually. Let's go there. Matthew five foot by five forty four but i sent you love your enemies. Bless them that curse. You do good to them. That hate you and freight pray for them which is spitefully use you and persecute you. So this is how we deal with evil men that we cannot walk away from you know we the good to them do good works to them. So that that's the way you you overcome evil that you know if you can't walk away from it that's the way you overcome it but if you can walk away from it you should walk away from it and this is where shortges if there's evil things going on in a church and you still walking into that church aren't you to blame. According to god's word then this is what people don't realize. But i think they are to blame because they voluntarily entering evil going in among evildoers you know. And that's a voluntary act. And you're responsible for what you do in that sense. I mean if you go and jump off a cliff. You're responsible for that two. Am i as things happen when you jump off a cliff so we're going to go on here quickly and look at a bit at Do awards ideal neighbor as well. Then i'm going to end neighbor. The first cars exit three twenty two but every woman borough over her neighbor and over her. That so you'll want in our house. You're sincere will use a golden arraignment and egypt. Put them upon your sons and daughters and you shall spoiled the so is here that in this in the old testament the neighbors someone that living close to you but jesus says the neighbors somebody need you know that you might you know someone in need. Yeah obviously it's not why i wanna point out. Here is not certain that you have to be poor to orgainzation. And the pastor comes along and you have to have been because he claims so or you know notice. This american lying on street was not a believer in the lord. Jesus christ so neighbor doesn't have to be a believer you know. Is there someone who needs help. Speak now named the borough neighbor and river woman or her neighbor. Thou shalt not bear false witness against die neighbor. You know covered neighbor's house. Those are not covered by neighbor's wife nor her manser nor his maidservant noise. Noise asked nor anything that is neighbors. And but even mankind presumptively upon his neighbor to slay him with guy thousand taking from Line alta that he may die even imagined deliver onto his neighbor money or stop to keep and he bestowed the ups if if the thief before letting pay double even the not found that the most of the how shall be brought onto the to see whether he put. He put his hands on his neighbors goods for all manner trespass. Whether they'd be a roxas was she pouring mentor for any manner of loss for for us. Which another challenge shannon's to be his the causal both the calm before the judges and whom the judges shut condemn. He shall pay on to his name. If a man deliver onto his neighbor and us or knock sorta sheep for any be still keeping the or be hurt or jason away no man seeing it then shall an oath of the lord be between them both that he had not put his hands onto his neighbors and the owner albeit shall accept and he shall not make good and he shall not make it and if a man bor- award of his neighbor and he'd be hurt or die. The owner there are being automated. He should surely make good. If thou won't take the neighbors rain may rainman plates. Thou shalt deliberate on him by the sun goes down and he said unto them dot says the lord god be put every mind. He's walked by his side and going out from gay to gate throughout the camp and slay every man his brother and every everybody's competing every man he's neighbor sold scene and committed trespass against the lord and lie on these neighbor in that which was delivered him to keep or infallible owning things. Taken away by ryan's or has deceived his neighbor. Moreover dow shalt not lie karnal with our neighbors to find myself with her not defraud neighbor. Neither her the wages of him that is hired shall not abide with the or all night until the morning. You do know on rightness in judgment thou shalt not respect the person or the poor owner the person of the mighty but in the writers are shot thou judge neighbor. Those are not go up and down the table die. People need us out. Stand against the blood of the neighbor. I'm the lord. Thou shalt not hate die brother in line heart thou shalt in anyways rebuke thy neighbor and not suffer senior. Pony thou shalt not avenge nor beer any garage against the shield of the people but thou shalt love thy neighbor s south. I am in the man that committed adultery with another man's but even he commits adultery. His neighbors love the adulterer and adulteress We put through this and if a man caused a blemish in his neighbor as he has done socially done to him. And if thou sell off onto the neighbor or biased ought over neighbor percents Ye shall not oppress one another. According to number of years after the you buy low shot by the neighbor. You believe that obama and according to on the number of years of the fruit he show cell onto the that the slayer might flee either which should kill the neighbors unawares and hated him not in time post and that fleeing onto one of these. Cdc might live. These are shocked out. Beer force meters against a neighbor. Okay let's go ahead and beaten. See what it says proverbs. Instead at saint onto the neighbor goal and calm again and tomorrow i will give when thou it by the device not evil against neighbor seeing dwellers securely by the you know so he that goes in through his neighbors who who's social being sent hypocrite with its malls destroys. Its neighbor but a through knowledge shall the just be delivered. He that is vojdovina despises his neighbor. But the man of understanding hold his piece. The righteous is more excellent than his neighbor. But the we way of the wicked said use them. The police say that even though his own neighbor but the reach has many friends. He despises his neighbors. Cena's but he has mercy on the portal. Happy violet man entices his neighbor and leads into way. That is not good. He that these i in his own core is just but he's neighbor commerce and searches him with make as many friends but the poor separated from his neighbor. The of the wicked decides siebel his neighbor finding no favouring as i be not a witness against the neighbor without course and deceive not with go not four athlete to strive least now know that. Not what is the endo when neighbor has put to shame debate that caused neighboring south and discover the secret to another. Now if you take this verse debate not the course of by neighboring south discover the secret to another take that and You uh think. About jesus definition of a neighbor here. Which is you know the samaritan or i mean the the manny need lying bleeding in the streets a debate that goes with a neighboring south. This seek it wanting to another so we shouldn't be gossipy any if someone tells us he saints which we shouldn't we should consider them the neighbors. We shouldn't expose more or debate. Discover the secrets to another and we should debate the cause with the neighbor himself. We do what i foot from the neighbor's house lee t be weary of the and so hating amanda is forced me to guess he's navy's a mall and the swore and a sharp arrow barrow so he's the man that disease neighbor says. I'm not in sport. They known friend that i father forsake not neither go into brother's house in the day of their calamity. They own friend. And i fought this friend forsake not neither going to their brothers out in the day oh calamity for as a neighbor. That is near then a brother. Four of a man that flatters his neighbor sped is a net for his feet again. I can see the okay now. With in ecclesiastic again i consider auto and every right work that for this man is envied or his neighbor. This is also vanity and big sation spirit k. So i've gone through by a bit here on the old testament we can look at. You know you've heard that it has been said thou shalt love by neighboring enemy. But i don't you love your enemies. Bless them that costs. You do good to them that atm pray for them. Despite for use in persecutor that you may be the shield or your father which number four he make it the sun to rise on the evil and on the good and send us rain on the just on the for if you love them which love you. What reward have you do. Not even the publicans the same and if you sell your brethren only or do you more than others do not even the publicans so be there for perfect team knows your father which is in heaven. Honored iphone father and mother and thou shalt love the and thou shalt love thy neighbor. I self And the this is the problem. I mean if your neighbor is your your if your neighbor is your yeah anyway. dance on his type of well. I say unto you that the rich man should hardly entering the kingdom of heaven. You know and you can have a neighbor that that is not going to enter into the kingdom of heaven. You know and you can have a neighbor that he's an evil man. You can have all these kind of situations that make make difficult to realize but we have our guidance to what how to deal with evil man we have our guidance how to deal with with with our neighbors and You know and the second is again. The love thy neighbor as i south and you know so we should be nice. Our neighbors if your neighbor is an evil man you know you should avoid them if possible but if they approach you should try to be nice to them. You see my point here that the bible is very good in this way talia all sorts of things and it will tell you the truth so you can. You can define the person that is to be both your neighbor an evil man and that that that you can deal with them you know both ways you tried to be nice to them but you don't initiate initiate any contact with them. You know that kind of thing but he did his neighbor wrong. Trust him away saying who made the ruler and degi chill rest interesting that he did his neighbor wrong. You know we are not to do our neighbor wrong so they put that in there as well that this guy was against the scripture even before he thrust him away. Now okay so you can look for the you can see you know that Even if you feel a wall if you feel fulfilled roy fulfill the royal lewer. According to escape do thou shalt love by neighbors to well. Okay so what i want to say. Also before i end is is that you know people go on about. I've been going on also about this faith alone and stuff and you know that the true gospel and so on and it is faith alone. But really i want to say that the king is by clearly shows that his faith alone. So it is the kingdom's bible. The gospel is the king gave bible. You know but there are some people who will misinterpreted and that has not been revealed to them how to how how who they don't have faith alone because basically they have not been got us not open it up to them ano- so just because they read the king. James doesn't necessarily mean that god has opened up to them. But it's clear if you're in and started getting it's faith alone and you can see in the other versions that he's not fatal so so so so that's the way it is you know. Now i'm gonna end. I think so and seen in the name of jesus christ komando. You're unclean spirits to go out to each and every person in the name of the low. Jesus christ that come on spirits to the each and every person that listens to any part of this order watches any part of this video. Hello okay so. I'm going to do early. Live steam here. I'm gonna talk a bit about. I think i'm going to do a screen share. I like that okay. So we're gonna go to one kingston five here where it says here put but them are without god are without god judges therefore put away from among yourself that wicked thing and this is what i have discovered that these one quincy of five brothers and it says brothers. It doesn't take breath rin because brothers are more like they supposed to have christ in themselves because they kind of leaders brothers because they have supposed to be you know the head of the wife is the man the head of the man is christ but these are into the since they are a wicked thing is ahead of them their heads a wicked thing and what will happen if you have to do with. These people is that they will lead you into wickedness. Because that's what they are about. Their bowed wicked life. They might you know be saved. Does it says here. It says here to deliver such a one on to say that for the destruction that the spirit may be saved in the day of the lord. Jesus so they might be saved but they are wicked thing. that That and we see here who these are brother. Be a fornicated. Covetous dala taylor drawn could extortion. Her we such a want to not to eat. That's mean we shouldn't let them into our house. They come to our door. we shouldn't let them in. And what i've discovered is that these kinds of people had to do with a few of these people. And what i've discovered is actually that if you've done something wrong that they think that they can win about if you said something or done something and they think well if that person finds out about that he's gonna get in trouble so the kind of our extortion irs So these these scenes go actually hand in hand or what i've noticed. Somehow these scenes are kind of connected. It's like they it's seen multiply and so they can come if you're done something. And they found out about it and they think they can take advantage somehow view because of it. They will come to your door. You know they tried to get your phone number they will try to to to come to you to extort you to use you to abuse you to to whatever to get money from your to get pressure if if you're woman they might want to get pleasure from whatever you know and this is what i found and of course. It's often that we do something wrong to get to that position because they have found something that they can use. So that's what. I've written that you know that We can go. we can talk about that. Also i can talk with you about that. Basically for all the lowest fulfilled in one word even thousand love thy neighbor as i south but if you bite them the devour another. Take that you'd be not consumed one of another now. These people are often not your neighbor but they would come to if you are not doing the right thing with your neighbor. That's why i noticed. So it's open you. That have done something wrong to start with and then they come to extort you know and to these wicked men so it's often you know between biden devour our neighbor that's important You know and that could be even if you in a church it could be about Your your could be about your Show pastor whatever you know because he's your neighbor if you go to the church in. Oh so that's why it's so important to not enter these building because once you do that they actually are with your neighbor. Your neighbors whoever is close to you as a You know jesus asked Samaritan becomes your neighbor when you walk on the streets there and walk by then he sudden your neighbor you know so so whoever you close to in your daily life becomes your neighbor but mostly of course it someone living next to you but if you go to shorts they become your neighbor. That's why it's so important to not enter the buildings of evildoers in you find out the short. She's filled with will doers with monk. Five brothers and with the two timothy. Three christians if you notice. The leaders of the building are false. Accusers you know you. Then you are not to enter their Because you know because he will become your neighbor so it's important to this is a fellow of this is the scene of a wrong fellowship. That you end up with he he is your neighbour now instead. You not fulfilled the law. Because you know you're don't love your neighbor that's why it's so important to avoid certain people or void that says evil man. You should walk not by his house. You know posed by or you know. Stay away or depart from evil or you know the evil mandate port from evil. You know so. It's important to try to avoid evil people so examine yourself whether you be in the fate. Prove your own south. No you're not no not not not your own staff how that jesus christ is in you accept. You'd be reprobates. So how do we know that. Jesus christ these in us go to galicians fiber's five to six four through the spirit. Wait for the hope of righteousness by faith for in yeasts. Christ did neither circumcision availability. Because it's by faith which workers by lob so he's here it's by faith that it's all by faith if you add the spirit in you and also we see that it works by lab and it says for all the lowest will failed in one word. Even this thousand nine neighbor. I south by that if you bite and devour one another take that you'd be not consumed one of another so we shouldn't bite and devour neighbor. You know. I've heard christians say that those who don't bite are not born again and i can see the point with that because there is something called the swath of the spirit of full armor. Oh god but he can also be misinterpreted misinterpreted as deadly thing because we are biting people can resolve resulting your physical death so we shouldn't bite our neighbor and if you buy our neighbor than we might be be get visits from a wicked brother. We could brothers That are a wicked thing. One corinthians five brothers and also. We shouldn't be sit. Buildings run by two timothy three christians because then they become our neighbor and we'd we will do the see no wrong fellowship. You know and they are period. So that can mean physical death k now. I've said this so In the name of jesus. Christ kemondo yankee space to go the reach and every person who listens any part of this audio or who What is any part of this video.

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It Happened in Florida 05-22-2020

Woody & Wilcox

06:38 min | 1 year ago

It Happened in Florida 05-22-2020

"Woody and wilcock show so what we got here is a round of it happened. Florida just a heads off coming up in the next segment by your vote on our instagram, which is at woody and Wilcox, I will be doing our first ever round of fun. With cornhole audio. But. In the meantime it's around. It happened in Florida. What are you share three stories here? That are taken out of today's headlines from all over the world, and you have to spot the one that actually took place in the Sunshine State, eight, four four four. WW Show, you can call cool beans. She'll forget that you did with an hour, but you get on the show and that's the important part. What has story number? One Star number one is about agents seizing five hundred and ninety pounds of something that was being smuggled. We'd yeah, you would figure some. Drug but it is not a drug, so let's get away from that I. Guess. That's a drug well. You're so close Chelsea. Give it to you for that. One agents in this particular area have seized five hundred ninety pounds of smuggled Baloney. In two different incidents used to be your nickname in college. This smuggled Baloney. Is this because of the meet challenges? COBAIN's the meat challenges I mean the price of meat has skyrocketed, and some places are out. Is it now a black market item? Are you packing? Baloney your watch. They're not quite sure exactly what it is obviously depending upon where you're shopping. There is less meat available, but. Bologna, who's ever wanted Baloney that badly. Right. All of the other three right there waiting wayne come from right. Is it in Florida where somebody's smuggling Baloney or what started with to has to do with the theft and I. Don't think we've ever heard of this item being stolen even once let alone somebody who's on some sort of crime spree stealing this particular item and I'll give you a hint. It's an item that. A lot of people have on their homes. I don't know Chelsea of your current home does I have one. I know what he doesn't have one. Coupons may have one. I'm not sure member of does have one. Oh. Yes, absolutely, she has one. Obviously. You know what I'm talking I. Do so I'm going to recuse myself, okay. I don't know who has what a flag. To stealing garage doors garage doors is what I'm looking for that sorry I almost forgot that you have a garage door of course cool beans because you almost got stuck inside your garage, not knowing how to open it when the power goes out. How does that even happen? Great Question Chelsea? I can reveal a little bit more, but I'll tell you that there's a thirty five year old man. Man In this particular state who has been going to people's homes and stealing their garage door, and then reselling it to a client of his, he's in the garage door business and he was finally busted earlier this month and they've linked him to at least eight cases. How did he get away with wall stealing somebody's garage door? You put it in his pants and just walk away casually. Wild to do much like Baxter, eating an entire wheel of cheese I'm not even mad. I'm brass. Is it. Florida and I'll give you a couple of more details when we saw it what he has. The third and final third story has to do with a woman being frightened by something after she heard a knock at the door. You Go. You're not at the door. You run to the door. You look through the people you don't see anything there, but you hear a knock again. What do you do Chechen? Move. Doors still there Chelsea. Checker NATOMA. When Madison opened her door, she found a three foot, long Tinian, black and white Tagolu. Gus Familiar with those giant lizards that love eggs can. Do, not look out a window like somebody's knocking. You can't see through people. You like well short. Person or animal do not peek out the window. Open your door and there's a lizard giant Lizard. Exactly why the can knock with its tail? Apparently, it was just let either hitting its tail or head against the door and was knocking. You remember the I. who was on the TV news? Who actually had a lizard? Exactly I was a noisy meg. He wouldn't leave for like thirty minutes finally. Some neighbors got a box in moved it. He probably would have come in my house if I had to open the door further. Oh! They can't become aggravated if cornered, but they are not venomous. Is it in Florida where she's like us? Just a three foot lizard knocking at my door. Eight four four four WW show Daniel I two Transall backwards. What do you think Daniel which one without a Florida? Nice job by the way the they're available in three different counties Miami Dade is where this one went down, but also available in Charlotte, county and Hillsborough, saying available as if we can rent them out well, they are now quotes. In the environment, and not to be eradicated has failed, or living would be the way. It available means. They're just waiting for your call on the team chat line they are. Knocking at the door all right store to Florida but Eagle Mountain, Utah is where the man was stealing people's garage doors. He'd stolen eight and then resold them to other customers before he was finally caught. I will give you this Chelsea. As you try to figure out how it's possible. He was stealing them from homes that were under construction so. Necessary someone living inside the home at the time, and if you're smuggling Bologna, chances are you're in Texas where in two different incidents agents have collected more than three hundred fifty pounds of smuggled Baloney. Wilcox.

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Free for ALL!

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Thank you for everything. Alex is jeopardy. Kind of cool is the executive producer of jeopardy just paint a little tribute and kind of talking about what they're gonna do and we had talked about that yesterday and all the news. Yesterday we kinda came off the weekend. He died sunday morning. Battling pancreatic cancer for years and he's just turned eighty and he was a big time and it was neat because his final wish was to sit in the backyard with his wife and he had the special swing. She was talking about that and that he was just peaceful where he wanted to be in like. You said he was doing what he loved up until two weeks before he went to heaven. Yeah just a. He's an inspiration It's going to be pretty well as cloudy today as a pretty nice really Cloudy and maybe some flurries and then it looks like some light snow up in the mountains about maybe forty for the high so tomorrow we're going to be forty two some rain and snow so we've got another storm coming through tomorrow. It's thirties. You get up right now all right. Here's what we have coming up at seven so this was something that we had kinda ended the show. Yes With yesterday we're talking about what we're gonna do this morning it. Apparently it's like ten times a day. That's the average person second guessing themselves ten times a day so we want to know what is it that you know. Obviously we don't want to hear like well. I don't know what we want mexican or italian for dinner tiny. Let's talk a little deeper than that. But what does it right now in life. You got going on in your life that you're second guessing so whether it's a job relationship or something but it's a little heavier than you know than trying to figure out what you're going to have for lunch or dinner. So what is it at eight to nine four five. Because i thought that was interesting. I mean that's a that's gotta be what it is it's like you're second guessing lunch or whatever but then there's gonna probably be other things that are a little heavier in that you know. So what is it that you are somebody close to your second guessing at eight hundred nine. Four five t h t in front of that. We're getting close to giving you something to talk about some good stories in the news. That's about six forty this morning. We'll take a break. We'll come back. We'll get into the early edition of hollywood headlines for your tuesday. So what are we. Start with something fun. We'll talk about somebody who got engaged. Have you heard about propane taxi. Propane tanks a propane grill tank home delivery service and it's ridiculously easy to order propane grill tank delivered right to your door. Now's the perfect time of year to get outside and grill with family and close friends or heat up the patio. Make sure you've got propane for any occasion. Propane taxi dot com use promo code tank ten and your first tank exchanged just ten dollars from co tank. Ten for ten dollar tank exchange. No delivery fees no commitment and no contact propane taxi dot com propane grill tank home delivery promo code tank tim. What's super nutritious super. Delicious and a little nutty american pecans. The original supernet packed with all the good for you nutrition. You need and the flavor that keeps the family coming back for recipes and more visit. American pecan dot com. You been listening to the ninety seven. One t frank in just show podcast right here on iheartradio coming up at about forty minutes here shoot. We're talking about the average person second guessing themselves about ten times a day. So what are you second guessing right now. We're not talking Something that's light like. Oh i don't know what we're gonna have for dinner kind of like on the fence about that. We're talking a little bit more heavy than that. So there's something in your life that you're second guessing. What is it at eight to nine four five. So we'll get to some of those tax coming up a little after seven o'clock just try to keep a shortage shortage candidates z. Hd in front of the message in about twenty minutes here get into giving you something to talk about. So we're going to jump into the early edition for tuesday of hollywood headlines. Okay so this guy got engaged. And he became really popular on tiktok and then it became a commercial and everybody. Everybody's been talking about this guy. The skateboarder the dream skateboarder guy. Oh that yeah the ocean spray dude. So he's been doing pretty good since he posted that video on tiktok and it just went everywhere. Hilas fleetwood mac song people were imitating him and trying to you know. Act like him and recreate the video and he's just a really famous popular dude so he works at a potato factory At least he did. I'm not sure if he is still working there. But he met his soon to be wife and their from idaho and so they got engaged over the weekend in vegas. So he wait. They met because of the video or name matt at their work dance so they met Let's see they've been dating for a little over a year. Okay so we're just kind of hearing kind of who this dude is kind of his okay. So for their from idaho. They met at work. He proposed in vegas over the weekend with a twenty two thousand dollar ring. Whoa so. they said he's been doing well ever since. This video ocean spray. I don't know if you saw the footage but they basically backed a truck up of their and hooked him up and then You know he's had merchandise. There was a halloween costume. So he's been making some good money good for him. Yeah isn't that cool. So he got down on one knee at no boo and she said yes. And it's a beautiful solitaire. So that's the circle diamond and it's got you know diamonds in the band and it looks like they're gonna get married next month. They wanted to get married before the holidays. And like i said they've been dating for a little over a year so yeah he's doing good man that's how he's paying for things like you know like bills and stuff like that. It's like okay. You hundred dollars so then. Let's make that. I'm gonna give you seventy bottles of ocean spray. Actually you get two cases so that. Yeah he's just kinda he's bartering. Panther stuff with oceans brush ram grew up on that stuff drinking. Oh it's so good. So yes so that was released. We used to here this morning and everybody was talking about her ring and and just how beautiful it is so good for him. They said he's he's doing great. And then you talked about this and we played a clip when we opened the show of of course jeopardy going on without alex and The producer was the one that was just. You know kind of talking about him and how much they miss him already and it looks like i'm not sure if this rumor or because i'm hearing both sides but they said. Abc news anchor. George stephanopoulos wants to be the next host of jeopardy. He would be a perfect finish. Charlotte and i was like this. I think he would be really at it for sure. I think he's showing interest. But i don't think there's anything more than that right. Think somebody interviewed him and he said yeah. You would be interested in doing it. But that's about the extent of it. I think yeah so. He said it'd be a lot of fun. He loves his show you know. It's it's one of those shows that everybody's grown up with. I mean it's iconic and of course alex was a forever icon as so Sources close to. George said no. It's not true. He just said it was a good show and then other people are like no he. He's trying to be humble and and not say too much. Because alex just passed away over the weekend. You know and it's got to be the right fit. I i definitely think he's in that ballpark of like okay because You know trying to think who would replace alex trebek's and it's tough to even take somebody but when i heard that i'm like okay. Yeah i like it all right. I'm listening yeah. I thought he'd be a good fit. And then somebody was saying over the weekend. I can't remember where i heard the source. But they're were saying maybe a female to replace him. Because i mean that would just be such a hard thing so such big shoes to fill for alex her back you know. I'm like we talked about earlier. He ended up passing away over the weekend at eighty and he was at home with his family and he just had this chair out in the backyard where he'd sit and just watch sunsets and that's what he did. He watched one of the last sunsets with his wife before he passed and his last episode ariza. On christmas day they have about thirty five episodes left and he finished taping episodes just two weeks ago just a hard worker and just kept going and thank god. He had the show and he loved what he did for a living because i think it probably added years to his life to keep focused on that and not himself. He mentioned that he said that. If it wasn't for that show to of it did it. Kept him going kept him kind of distracted from what was going on in god or certainly but yeah he said he definitely look forward to doing Just it just makes you tear up just hearing about him and and knowing that he's gone it sucks but what a legacy he's left you know and then phil collins He and his wife has ex wife or just in this crazy battle. And it's just getting nasty literally nasty. This is so bad at stinks. So his ex wife claimed in court papers that he is a stinky man. he stinks. he's he doesn't think that's what i was thinking. We were just having this conversation yesterday. My wife tammy. And i bought a little boy because she was talking about when she got pregnant and she was talking to one of her friends. Who has a little boy and a little girl you know. He's a little older now. The boy and she was like yeah. We're going to have a boy and she's like. Oh my gosh boys are so fun. They're so fun and you know they just dirty and they're stinky isn't that all boys grew up to be a stink could be. She was saying that it was just. I mean he you know. Millions of dollars phil. Collins has been rolling with a lot of cash for a long time. You like roll around with be okay then you. She said it got to the point where his beautiful luxurious place on the west coast was like a squalor and so she said the odor was so bad. What had happened was he had that back. Surgery came so he was on Pills he got depressed then he became withdrawn. He was abusive and then he started to abuse. Not only the painkillers antidepressants and alcohol. And she said he just reeked. He wouldn't brushes teeth. He didn't shower and she said because of the odor i mean just his room and wherever he would frequent. It was just like that kid from charlie brown. Yeah the stinky kid or just any teenager. True opening the door that you know my gosh. It smells like feet and button here. it's so true. And she just said that obviously their sex life suffered because she was like. I could barely get close enough to the guy without gagging and so his attorneys are saying that she's making this up and you know. He's currently rehearsing with genesis. Because they're getting ready to you know possibly go out on the road when the pandemic kind of subsides and or released some new music or just recover some old jams but they were married from ninety nine to two thousand eight member. They got back together five years ago and then she left him for another man this past july. She married that guy a month later and it was. She said it was because of phil going downhill. She just couldn't take it anymore. So here's a thought okay. So we're talking about that. What does it say about the person. No matter what's going on to say that out loud and talk about you know what i mean so it sounds like he was struggling struggling. But why would you. Why would you mentioned that and print money because you wanna hurt the person money you want to make the and it's like but it makes you sound so even if he was living like that there's okay i feel bad for them. Sure you know and the fact that you're talking about it like oh he was stinky. You're trying to and it's like you just sound kinda kinda mean yeah. I mean dudes dealing with stuff and going through stuff and he probably has his own stuff as far as relationships go. I'm not saying that you know it's it's it's it's you and not him. Yeah but i like to bring that up. It's like come on. It's pretty bad. And that's the thing too. I don't know if this was something that was confidential and it leaked like her statements because that can happen sometimes to where. This wasn't supposed to make you know publicly but it you know somebody's like oh it's bill collins and and they sell the the stuff to the tabloids but i guess She's claiming that he owes her half of their forty million dollar home. And you know he's not exactly interested in paying that and he listed all the things that he's paid her and she's made a ton of money off of their marriages and He's taken very good care of her but she still wants. More is what it sounds like. This dude definitely repeats the pattern beatiful yeah. He's had several ex wives and all the early stuff back in with genesis and refilled collins when he went solo in the eighties. I mean that was all from one of his ex's like a really brutal divorce. So the kind of repeats the cycle he does. He definitely doesn't he's gonna he's gonna continue to pay for the needs. Somebody like that so he can write. You know that's it's kind of that his muse exactly where you people just torture themselves and they need that or feel they need that in order to create something yeah. It's it's pretty bad. So hopefully he's doing better. It sounds like he has. He's back with the band. And that makes them happy. And then coming up next hour at seven twenty. You gotta stick around mike tyson. So he's getting in tiptop fighting shape and we've talked about you know recently people using other people's you know this is nothing new but people using other people's urine drug tests and staff audio omegas crazy right so messed up his and then tomorrow night. We've got the cna's and some of the artists have ended up canceling. Because they cut the rona. So i'll tell you how they're going to keep it safe for the same as tomorrow night. And then Who is not going to be there after all so a lot of good stuff coming up next. Have you heard about propane. Taxi propane tanks. 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Harriman eagle mountain. Saratoga springs bluff. Del lee high. You might hear some explosions today. Going through friday so it sounds like it's going to be training Stuff that they're doing a camp williams live training so from eight. Am to four thirty pm. You might be hearing some booms just kind of just know where that's coming from and i'm sure there's going to be a lot of people that have no idea. They're not here in the freak out there like there's another earthquake. I know you think you might hear like something and you might not and just just but it's going to be throughout the day so starting today going through friday it sounds like eight. Am to four thirty pm. So they're going to train them through when you're under zoom calls a pardon me i live in. I know with everything like you feel like we're just twenty twenty general on edge but then you throw in all the other stuff that we've had here like the earthquake back in march and soon special also. Hopefully you're listening if you live in l. riverton herrmann eagle mountain saratoga springs lehi so in those communities. You might hear some explosions. That's what it is This is kind of a tricky story. You handed over yesterday giving you something to talk about. It's a couple lakeview. Michigan had to look and see where it wasn't like. I don't know where that is the central part of the state. So it's kind of a little ways. From where i grew up in In the detroit area but this is a young couple so there. Let's see she is forty five. He's forty five and it sounds like they just started having kids right out of high school So they have fourteen sons fourteen. They're going to have a fifteenth child in. It's finally a girl so fourteen boys and they're i guess they're they were trying and try. I don't know if that's the case they were there either. Mormon or catholic most likely catholic keeping up with the douglas. We're keeping up with the dogs. Who knows but yes. what's kennedy. Hey man we've got a plot of land here and we jove when you guys are going to move out to utah. You'll fit right in have so they. They had fourteen sons. And i don't know if it was one of those where they were just wanting a big family or trying and trying and trying for that girl but she's finally going to be here so their oldest is twenty eight that means that they let's see they had him after they got married right outta high school. They had three sons by the time they were done with college but they both still went on to get advanced degrees. I crazy people love children could for them walk the crazy story. And then you'd mention this let's see. It was very friday when we had deanna on humane society of utah about dogs where they're training dogs to sniff. Out the coronavirus. Scientists at helsinki or in finland had been using these sniffer dogs to detect people. Who might be sick. And it sounds like It looks like the dogs might be more accurate than the nasal swab tests So there are a lot faster obviously but it sounds like there's something to that and you were talking about that on friday interesting. You're like excuse me. Please step out of line like oh no ono well and i always get weirded out when the dogs. I'm like i'm just. I'm always afraid. Because i know they're either you know drug sniffing or or. I think that when they're going around they're smelling for like Gunpowder and stuff like that either way. I'm not doing anything. I haven't done anything but i think it's just human nature and the dog is don't don't don't start sniffing me. I don't have anything but you always worried about that. This would be the next level. Like gosh i hope. I don't have it. You know This next door here giving you talk about. There's a dad in ohio This is kind of cool. He pulled a burning or guy out of a burning house and this is on halloween and was dressed as a superhero. When it happened. That's rad able cool-store that is it was in ohio. I don't know what city in ohio but that that was pretty cool so we all have heard the term doom scrolling right. So you know what that is when you're kind of going through on facebook or whatever and you're just you're basically taking in all the negative bs doom scrolling So apparently there's a new term. And i don't really care for it. I like what it means. But i don't really i don't like it. I mean doom scrolling at lea- sounds. It sounds cool right right. I mean as far as the word itself. It's like all right. Do they're calling it glee -freshing so this is the new term that refers to constantly refreshing social meet social media. That is in search of good news. Glee freshness makes me uncomfortable. That sound product for women couldn't come up with exactly better name be rushing and then this is some good news. It's worth another mention this morning because people are still State about it too broke yesterday. There's more on this. And that is pfizer saying that they They have a covid nineteen vaccine that seems to be over ninety percent effective so their their partner bio and tech So they found serious safety concerns. it's expected to seek. Us authorization this month for emergency. Use of the vaccine If granted the company's estimate they can roll out up to fifty million doses this year enough to protect about twenty five million people and then produce up to one point three billion doses and twenty twenty one. So we're still months away but they're saying when we had mentioned this yesterday. We're about three weeks away from some more data with it sounding really promising. I've got dr clip of doctor here from baylor. And he's saying that you know it's not a perfect drug But then at the tail end he comes back and said but this is real. It's looking really really good. The problems with it is that it is a complicated technology and it also requires deep freezer minus ninety four degrees. It's about as good as it gets. I mean that's talking about levels comparable to the measles vaccine. So that's pretty impressive. Here that has to be and they said for pharmacies that might be tricky so they gotta figure that all out. Yeah there's a lot of you know things that they exactly but some good news with it because it's over so far over ninety percent effective And then last night on the tonight show so fallon made a little Little joke about it's kind of funny vaccine could be on the way. Americans were excited until they realized that means they'll have to attend weddings in june. Meanwhile when the vaccine news broke the seat of zoom said mother second guessing. So what is it that you're second guessing right now in your life and eight to nine five. We're gonna get to those texts a little after seven o'clock this morning here. H t have you heard about propane. Taxi propane tanks. Propane grill tank home delivery service and it's ridiculously easy to order propane grill tank delivered right to your door. Now's the perfect time of year to get outside and grill with family and close or heat up the patio. Make sure you've got propane for any occasion. Go to propane. Taxi dot com. Use promo code tank ten and your first tank exchanges just ten dollars from co tank for ten dollar tank exchange. No delivery fees no commitment and no contact propane taxi dot com. Propane grill tank home delivery. Promo code tanked. What's super nutritious super. Delicious and a little nutty american pecans. The original supernet packed with all the good for you nutrition. You need and the flavor that keeps the family coming back for recipes and more visit. American pecan dot com. You've been listening to the ninety seven. One frankie ingest. Show podcast right here on iheartradio. We're talking about a couple of things so before we get into what we out just a few minutes ago yesterday late in the show we were talking about or a little later in the show. We're talking about. How did you bust yourself cheating. So the reason was there was a story that we shared with giving you something to talk about. It was last week and it was a woman who shared this on tiktok video. And how she busted her boyfriend and four years so he sent her a selfie in his car and she noticed a reflection in his sunglasses zooms in on the pick and then notices. There's some some woman's legs not her legs. That aren't hers. And that's how she caught him so we wanted to know if you were a cheater. Maybe you are a cheater and you wanted a fess up a get busted cheating in the relationship so we had some texas came in some last minute ones. That came before. Actually i think right after we got off the air somebody said they found their husband cheating by the girl commenting on her instagram. So i don't know what exactly what that was but maybe somebody that she was suspicious up before or i don't know what it was. But that's kind of how he busted himself and then somebody said. I wish i would never have cheated. I stoop to that level and it wasn't worth it. So they text to that in the show but we had some other ones that you said. They chimed in what on instagram instagram. Yes this one said. I answered a poll. On how i got caught cheating and somehow got back to their. Oh my gosh. Dang yeah so. I was little interest. That's the poll was actually created by a spouse. They send it to their. You know that could be right in. It's a pretty good plan if you did that. And then the other one is on someone that caught their spouse but he got caught and it was by her taking the phone while he was sleeping in texas texted. The girl back as if it was him So can deny that. Yeah can't cheat people. Yeah what a mass masters to drama. Big time all right. Let's get into this. Put out the second guessing yourself in. We wanna know. What is your second guessing right now in your life something. That's a little heavier than than than where this comes from because the average person second guesses themselves about ten times a day so that's got to be little things throughout the day like peanut butter for lunch So we want to know what is that. That's a little heavier in your life that you're maybe just second guessing. You don't know which way to go with us at eight to nine four five a miscarriage a few months ago so second guessing if i'm ready to try for another one again that's a lot Second guessing opening my business. I'm not doing a good job running it and it's causing me to also second guess having third baby while yeah so ex reached out emailed and said that he second guessing some friendships at work because of the pandemic. So he's working from home and he's starting to kinda see. I guess people will different. Yeah you know and the ones that a lot of people. Yeah yeah really. I mean that's kind of the silver lining with this and it's just you change obviously and people doing things from home or more so from you full on working from home but it does make you look for those silver linings. Yeah kind of with relationships makes you really appreciate certain things and then other things you're like. Hey man maybe. We need to trim the fat. Yeah so it seems like that's what he's doing. He's kind of going through some of the second guessing some of the work relationships that i'm second guessing my relationship. He has a drinking problem but when he's sober he's amazing so this is really hard and that sucks. Because i know so many people and you do to that. Yeah i've been and so does kylie that have been in those situations and your love the person but you don't love the vice you know and who they turn into this and said Just kind of going back and forth whether to stay at my job or not have been there fifteen years longtime every day since cove. I questioned being teacher This text eight to nine five. Should i finish my ba. It's been so hard so just trying to figure that out and then shoulder surgery and we've had people go back and forth on that because that's a big big surgery to have it is. I just saw our friend and neighbor jason just had it and he He's doing really well with it. And i've got a friend out in seattle. He just had his shoulder and you worked on and he's doing good but yeah i can it. Can you know. Lay you up or at least put a put a crimp in your your your life for a while. Have use of your arm. That's depending on what you're getting done. I mean you could be out for six seven as far as not being able to use it. How bad like you said the damage is done. Oh it's painful couple of other tech's eight to nine four five second guessing teaching this year. let's see just the load on teachers so heavy right now. Can you know and then. This one said also second-guessing teaching. And everything i do. I don't know if the students are learning enough. If i'm too easy on them if i'm too hard on them like just everybody feels so confusing out of sorts this year. Well you're not alone with that. And that's all the teachers out there exactly with the educators. That are i mean i think everybody is kind of the ones that are maybe working from home more so or full on working from home. I think everybody's second guessing you know with with what they're doing life in general. Yeah i mean in two. Have you heard about propane taxi. 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I'd mentioned Sunday we went to it was My wife tammy's co worker and friend that she works with. They had a little baby three months ago and they went to artsy so yes so they actually had the same doctor that we had. Dr hot asaka. I just love his name out of stock and three months old. Thanks to rcc. But that's sponsoring the middle edition of hollywood headlines this morning. That is awesome. okay. So mike tyson. He's got some tricks up his sleeve. And i've heard that not only. Is he training because he wants to get back in the ring but vandor holyfield is like i want in so do this could be the fight of a lifetime. Because they've already fought before and of course tyson bit off his ear and that was a crazy battle and then now it looks like they're trying to hook it so they can do it again. Once the did it already go down. And i feel bad for saying this. Because here's my man card. I'm gonna you can take a couple of punches out of it. You watch hockey. You're fine but did the fight. Go down with roy jones jones. Junior i don't know so. That's that's the fight that he's training for sure. But i don't know failed. Wants to be on the line. I'm just saying did that. Come and go or when is it. I have to learn to same family were more. Ufc peeps kevin would know. He doesn't know. I don't know i call him so yeah we watch ufc. Mike tyson. insist that he never used steroids. Because the guy has been huge. And just you know. He's a workout machine and he's really serious. He trains about going to bed on time and getting a lot of water and eating right and working out saturday november twenty eighth. That's what it's coming up. The fight against sorry roy jones genius for the people. I'm sure text right now. So okay cool. And then that's what pay per view. I'm sure okay. Yeah let's texan. That's cool so end of this month. Yup saturday november twenty eighth. So that's one that. I wanna see because i want it. Because he's you know i've seen some of the videos that have been going around with mike tyson training and i got a chance to meet Roy jones junior. That is so hard to say Back when i was in jacksonville. I've got a picture floating around somewhere. I don't know that's so has he been fighting. Is boxing longer than tyson. Than is he icon and that don't know but he's been around for a while because i met him in like ninety five he came into the studio. Let's see how old is he. He looks a lot different from when i met him. So he's fifty one okay and then Let's see it. Looks like tyson's gotta be in his early fifties to call. He's right around the same age. Easy crazy crazy. So yes so. Mike said you know he's always been clean as far as royds go but he would still use. You know someone else's urine when he had to pee and so he had one of those wizened eaters which i like that word the nato. It's it's fake. It's fake manhood and so people you know when you have to do a pee test or whatever he didn't want people don't get too close they'll stand in the room with you but they're not like getting in your busy. I didn't know how that works. I was thinking that they were looking at it and say yeah. It looks like yours so it's called. The whiz anderson may look like a pb his wife's urine and then he was worried. He's like oh. Mg what if it comes up back to clip restock clean urine. Yeah putting up. Put my baby's urine. I'm hoping i'm hoping that use my wife baby you've been. I hope that he comes back pregnant. Fair you're gonna use the kid so he's fifty four by the way busy. Oh there you go. And i just pulled up a photo okay. That's what it is all my gosh raised one hundred and thirty bucks. Look what you're getting for christmas. Imagine seeing that on shark tank. What it is. It's the wizner thanks to this. Is your way of getting around urine tests. Funny that is when they're in the room with the other looking at up but it's it's the wisdom and that's the thing. I you know he was cleaned for royds but he's obviously doing other stuff and that's why he was using the urine alice funny now. He's my baby. Ooh i love it. I should sign up for that because hear people pay top dollar for p. for people we talked about that a week or two ago and somebody said that they get what a hundred bucks or something. Yeah i i guess. They sold their peterson. Money i'm down hundred dollars soda you. Let's do this and then the cna's are on tomorrow night and it looks like a florida georgia. Line is not going to be there. This sucks tyler. Hubbard has grown so. When you're a celebrity you got more options right. I know that when i had it I tried to stay away from my boy and and my husband when you had it you hold up in your room for a couple of weeks. But he's got a tour bus so he's been sitting or laying in and chilling and the tour. That's his bachelor pad for the next couple of weeks. His family's on lockdown. And i feel. I felt bad for tammy because she was working. And having to handle a your four year old son. But oh my gosh I am just dying for tyler's wife because they have three little teeny kids and a new horn as one of those children. Oh no he's being the bus for a couple of weeks to we honey. The health department says to quarantine my gosh so yeah. They have a newborn. And then i want to say they have three and four year old. So three little teeny kids. So thank god all the kids and the wife. They've tested negative. And then i guess. Lee bryce also cancelled his appearance because he tested positive. So lady as Charles kelly is going to take the stage with carly pearce to perform. I hope you're happy now. So that is going to go down tomorrow night. So everybody's wondering you know with the numbers going up all over the country you know. How are they going to pull off this award show. And so what they're doing is they're going to have everybody tested before they enter the footprint of the place and then everyone is going to be. Seated banquet style spaced eight feet apart. Not six feet apart. So then they're going to do deep cleaning protocols in between performances they're going to have a special stage set aside for trophy presentations. And then they're going to. Some of them are going to be tested repeatedly. So i mean get ready. Because they're going to be sticking that up your nose and they'll have the rapid tests and so everybody's required to wear the appropriate protective gear. Everybody's got a practice social and physical distancing no fans in the audience. Of course it's just gonna be artists and industry people and then it's going to be an artist and their guest. That will each have a table. So it'll just be two people than eight feet and then another table swimming. It's gonna love that. You're not forced to talk to people. They can't comment on these people. What do you do Into so yeah so. It looks like forty percent of the twenty performances are going to be prerecorded. So that's how they're going to keep the numbers down and they're of course not going to do the traditional red carpet because they don't want people taking pictures and side by side and shoulder to shoulder the they're going to try and hold off and i hope to god. Nothing happens because then you know they're liable for that for putting on an event during the pandemic and then last night. I don't know if you have any audio but it was a really good show. Dancing with the stars was on monday nights. For two hours we watched a little because my wife tammy wanted to watch it. So i don't know. Oh gosh was. I don't know who we watched. She did she she. She danced to them. Madonna song. dosso. Yeah and i just blanked on her. I don't know how we do. We couldn't figure out who she was. She's a sexy latina. She's an actress. And i can't even think of her name right now but she is awesome and she's killing it. She's killing it this season. I love her. But i just don't totally blanked on her name but yeah she did really well is at justina. Machado just gavin. She did an awesome job last night. But aj went home denise backstreet boy and he he did good he definitely did well. He's a great performer. We know this but as far as dance steps go it was you know that's a hard show man. That's hard to to have somebody who's professional try and train you and then you go perform in front of people i mean. It's just very nerve. Wracking watching nellie to and now he's you know he's good but he's not as good as you would think you know what i mean. He's he's not he's just i mean he's okay and he's better than probably most dudes for sure because he's got that kind of dance. I mean i don't know how much dancing he does with his shows. Because i've never seen him in concert live concert But he was kind of doing the you know. We're talking about his idols. last night. That would have icons so his was To park and he you know was a cool routine that they did but he's just an even my wife tammy yeah he's not the best answer stiff he's step. Yeah and atri was so is he. He's stiffer than or like what's up with his dancing. Aj i guess carryanne would always say. Do you just need a bust out. is it. Seemed like he was keeping everything really close to the vest right so he was more fluid than the. Nellie but nelly can. I don't know nellie doing good. And he and his partner have good energy and she helps him and they just they dance well together and that does not age looks exactly like he did twenty years ago. This is me off. When i see that i'm like what who are these people man. It's straight look exactly twenty years ago when we were playing his music like when he was really big like seventeen. Whatever it was you know in the early two thousands. Yeah he looks the absolutely right and then You know nieve from catfish still on there. And he can dance with freddie mercury. That was cool. Yeah we saw him in my wife. Tammy did make a. She's like he's really really good. Who who is he like. I think like i think that's the dude from catfish. And now he that but that was one of his that wasn't really one of his best performances. Tammy because she's the season dancer thinks that he was good last night. He's been killing it. Last night was an okay night for him kind of off. But i'm loving the show. I was telling higher is annoying. Though she's bad she you know what it is. She yells at you she she. She doesn't talk to the audience. she's to the people that are watching the viewers yelling at them. Yeah that's what she does he's got. You're like okay. Why are you yelling at me. It's really rod decker from. I love rod was but just yell at people. Yeah she does. It's a different kind of and i'm like why didn't they keep. What's her name That was with tom. Erin yeah because she at least was very conversational through and talk to you know when two people at you know like i was having a conversation talking to them. Not talking at them. It's it's a weird vibe. The season. And i love tyra. And she's been on so many different shows but yeah you would think by now. She's a little bit more. Seasoned as far as i can see people. See your jose that she's annoyed. She cheated seem a little annoying. That was the first time that i watched last night. Kind of bugged me too. And she just doesn't seem to know what's a first season and i'm trying to give her the benefit of the doubt and she's in front of people and that's nerve wracking and it is a new gig for her. It's a new show but she's been doing that in front of people last year. Twenty five years when i was telling kylie to like she bag we love you and she say love and nobody would would respond like she just doesn't she's doesn't have that bond yet so it's kind of awkward but i'm still loving it. I love the music. I love the artists and Kaitlyn bristowe who was the former bachelorette. She's doing really well and she killed last night. She was britney spears a really good one. So yeah i love dance stars. Aj went home and then coming up next hour stick around. We're gonna talk about a little bit about mis usa because it was also on last night and then we'll talk about. Oh dui celebrity got caught driving behind the sometime saving. Money takes look like when you have to walk an extra block for that coffee deal or battle popov as to get online coupon codes but when you switch to xfinity mobile saving money is easy peasy. You'll save up to four hundred dollars. 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Giving you a chance to be passive aggressive instead of actually saying to wherever you want to say something to a text or an email or a phone call or an uncomfortable conversation especially if it's a stranger something like that. So what is it that you want to say you get it off your chest that come through a relatable people are just like yes thank you And then some of them are just really random people just wanting to get whatever it is off their chest who passive aggressive ninety seven one z. Ht's break in just show. Podcast here on iheartradio. So we're going to be outlets. See december eleventh. That's a friday so we were supposed to be out at the tail. End of october can change some things round. And so this is what we're going to be out if you can come by and see us. We're gonna be broadcasting live Live that is air. Up in sandy. So it's ninety seven eighty-six south v west in sandy. So the whole show. We're going to be out there. 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Tuesday these are some of the i love these little factoid or just did you know a little stats or surveys and that sort of thing but kylie hannah this over the average american in their lifetime as far as toothpaste. What do you think how many gallons of toothpaste you think the average american we use in their lifetime. This is crazy allen's. Let's say twenty two. You're close twenty. Oh yeah the average american will use twenty gallons of toothpaste in their lifetime. Or if my husband brushes once at ano- you brush today. I'm like two to three times. yes i think. I'm using more than the average. I don't know i don't know what constitutes the average american as far as brushing and this is kind of trippy. So it's no secret that most people will take the toiletries when they're at the hotel. Yeah you know when they check out so they put maybe some stuff in their in their bag. I know this is so when my wife tammy was traveling because you know during the pandemic. She's not travelling at all but she would travel quite a bit so when she would go to the you know out of town for a show and she staying in a hotel. She knows that. I loved the soaps. I'm a big fan of the selfs. But here's the weird part about this one out of five people that do take those they put them out when they have guessed spend the night. Yeah so they're they're like. Yeah using the soaps kind of funny. I've done that before. Yeah i have a friend. She travels With the nba. And so they're on the road all the time they were right and so she would go to every hotel and she keep the stuff not for her but she would get a big old bag by the end of the year and then donated the shelter for people to do the same thing. It's a great idea art. Let's get into this aggressive. Love song chance for you to be passive aggressive. It's passive aggressive tuesday so just try to keep your Your comments is short as you can t in front of that whenever you want to be passive aggressive with an eight two nine. Four five is the short code. People are triggered. man people are triggered. Okay are we ready for this. Everybody take a deep breath. All right said listen to instructions. The ones that i'm giving you stop telling me you know because honestly you don't if i have to tell you the same thing five times a day you don't know and i hate that when you're just a poor listener and you're like please stop. This said. wear your masks. I work in the hospital. We are tired this text. Eight nine four five goes out to you know who you lost the election. Put on your big boy pants and get on. Get over it. Get over yourself and move on. This one said stop going after everyone with the mask mandate just wear masks comments during the press conference. You know they were ridiculous. I didn't see the comments must have missed that This one said it's easy to see what's important to you and it sure the hell isn't me. Love your husband. Yeah so i was like. Is that from kevin. I love him now. Maybe after the show it might change. Pm's afternoon shane. He doesn't take care of himself. He doesn't like to go to the doctor's like dude. I just started liking you. please don't go to. I don't know what it is compared to women. But you know for some i mean. I'm i'm pretty good about your. Are you know guys that. Just don't go to the doctor. Yeah you you. Dad are about it. I'm not as a woman. I'm not i don't like to go to the doctor and kevin well in with the kobe thing. That's the part that's scary where there's a lot of guys that will you know. They won't go like if they need to go to the hospital. Yeah it's just it's that guy thing that guy mentality sense where i can beat this. Yeah because even my brother and he was keeping in touch with me while i was can deal with and there were some scary moments with the breathing and you know the coughing. The coughing fits. And i'm like. Oh my gosh. It feels like i'm drowning. And i'm like you do. I need to. But he was telling me he's like don't because his wife works in healthcare and he was. Just don't wait till it's too late to go in 'cause there are people that you hear these stories. Oh yeah but that's for whatever reason it's a dude thing yeah this one said shutdown damn state for two weeks. Don't send an emergency taxed freaking everybody out to announce something you don't are you won't enforce so the east so the emergency alert. That went out so sunday. We talked about this on monday morning yesterday. So i missed it so i went to bed right before that. And i've heard them before you know the come over your cell phones on you'll hear it or over the tv. But i guess when he was in you watch the house. My wife tammy watched. She said that there were two times. The alert interrupted him. And i said so. What did it interrupt him to the point where you couldn't hear him and she said yes and then said so when that stopped did he stop and know that and she said no he just we like with that because i watched on castle and there was no interrupt it was it was prerecorded. So like what he like. Said was prerecorded interrupted two times. Tammy said it twice and she was like this is ridiculous. I think when they sent the alerts you know with that. They're they're wanting you. Because i saw it the morning after and it said you know in tune in at nine thirty. The governor's going to make an announcement and talk about this. That doesn't bother me. I don't care if they send an alert. Why don't doesn't know when you're during the press conference at students. It's like they need to get that kind of thing under control and the ones that were going off like it was like tune in and listen to alert it was going off on all the networks. Because that's how it works. It goes off on all the networks must've just missed that. I was sitting there watching it but i don't know maybe it was zoned out but they also had closed captioning so i was really just kind of reading that on my own as he was talking This text eight nine five. The big media conglomerates do not decide the election. All the ballots were counted before the media jumped to conclusions. This is ridiculous. There's more to working from home than emails. So you need wi fi with reliable speed the most in-home coverage and built insecurity you need xfinity x. By that's simple easy awesome go online call. One eight hundred xfinity or visit a store today to learn more restrictions apply. You've been listening to the ninety seven one. H t frankin jess show. Podcast right here on. Iheartradio blows. This guy is really struggling. It's jonathan is. It reese myers myers. Yeah so. I know the name. But i don't know what is he ben in. Pull this guy so yeah. He's been in lots of movies. Tv shows. I'm trying to think the most recent thing that he was in was really popular and he was having issues. Either coming in you know drunk or hung over and they would have to delay production and he was holding things up. So it's jonathan rhys meyers Thank you for looking at up. So yes so it. Sounds like he's dealing with some old demons again he just got busted for dui so the cops got a call about a solo minor car accident. This was sunday. Malibu about five o'clock in the afternoon i've seen. Oh yeah he looks familiar and so he showed signs of being intoxicated so of course they gave him a field sobriety test which he bombed it he blew well past the legal limits and then They ended up arresting him for misdemeanor. Dui and then he still behind bars as of this morning so he's from dublin stacked against him. He's irish. I'm saying because an irish. Get some people my family. And my dad's side that whoo that's true drinkers so long. History of substance abuse and. He's been to rehab several times. They said a little over two years ago You know he went on to the aircraft. It was american airlines. It was one of the flights. And i guess he and his wife got into it and it was really him and he was drunk and so i think they had to have him get off. The plane Magic embarrassed that embarrassing. And it's i mean it's embarrassing when you're just normal person but when you're in the spotlight that's even worse so yeah just pushed for that guy. Because i think he's got a kit or two and then. Kobe bryant his childhood home in pennsylvania. It just sold in this school. Because these are the it's the courts and it's the concrete and that's who we're had countless hours perfecting his craft so that plays to sold for eight hundred and ten thousand dollars. Where was the place in pennsylvania. Which city i don't think Five bedroom three and a half bath and he spent his teenage years there and then he took his team has basketball team to the state title and ninety six at kazaa and i graduated the same year of high school so his family parted ways with the home about twelve years ago and then hit the market again this past september for close to nine hundred thousand so they just closed on the home. It looks like four days ago and it sold for like i said eight hundred and ten thousand so i wonder how over like i'm curious to get the comps in that neighborhood to see if because of who live there. You know what i mean. Yeah probably more money well and it could have been listed it for close to nine hundred eight ninety nine but i'm just saying but yeah you're right just because it's kobe's place i mean the cops still you know they're obviously but i'm curious if it went they ask for more because of who lived there look at that is that the inside kylie. Oh my you're stepping back in time. An update something out of goodfellas shrink. You're going for eight ten. You're gonna have to get that baby this greece. We're not somebody's got that kind of tastes like algae lic was it furnished or is that just stage. I wonder if okay safe. It was furnished or not some of those treatments and stuff like that. Yikes indochina it. Looks like you're in a casino with that green targeting going up the stairs. They had kobe stuff of course low as part of part of the staging but yeah that definitely. The kitchens been updated. You can tell you know because the scott grant and everything and newer appliances but then house always a great house. It's some updates. And they said it was really pretty symbolic that it sold for eight hundred ten thousand so kobe's forever tied to the number eighty one after his iconic eighty one point performance against the toronto raptors and that was back in two thousand and six. What's the square footage on a house. This is the score. Five bedrooms though. I mean it's a good size house. It's a good how it's yeah three and a half bath. It's a big house. It's a big house so yeah people were talking about that this morning. And then did anybody watch missy. Usa last night. I didn't even think this was on anymore. I thought i wasn't aware that it was. I thought it kinda went away. So it was on the fyi network. I believe and actually one of my friends was one of the judges. Glory mayfield banks. She's like the number one national sales director and mary kay and they asked her to be a judge and she was kind of covering all of it on her social media pages and it was neat to see her but miss Miss mississippi ended up taking the title of new miss usa. And so i guess you can watch it on your phone. There's lots of different ways to watch it if you missed it last night. But i think it is the fyi network. Oh my goodness she is gorgeous. That's why i. Oh my god i know there's so many channels Man she's beautiful beautiful beautiful. So yeah you'll get to see my girlfriend. Gloria like i said she was one of the judges and then sean connery. I guess his ashes are going to be scattered near his home in the bahamas and Of course his home country of scotland. So that's where he'll be for his final resting place and people were making jokes about her back and connery dying within the same week with we need to get back cute and then a quiet place. I know that you and kylie like to this movie. So a spinoff is in the works with john krasinski producing but not directing so wait. Just heard that this morning hasn't come out yet because they were talking about that. What is this better now. Said a spin off in the works remember. It was like right. When the pandemic hit that we go to the premier event and then back. So it's it's like waiting to come out but they were gonna wait until this pandemic was done because he didn't wanna do it you know he wanted to do it like in grand kind of old fashioned red carpet style makes sense so this must be off shoot of it. You know very cool. And then let's see. Let's do this one so real housewives of jersey miss theresa. She's got a new boyfriend. His name is louis and so this comes weeks after her ex husband. Joe said that he was dating a new lady. And he's dating an attorney over in italy so the relationship for theresa's very new But she in the sky very happy. And i guess fans are going to get a chance to meet louis during this next season of jersey housewives. When is it premier. it didn't say and this story but Joe was just talking about i. Guess who's talking to wendy williams and so she asked about you know. Did you guys really try and make it work. And what was the deal. And he's like. I'm gonna be in italy for a long time. It's kind of a long distance long long long distance. Really make sense. It doesn't he said we don't want to take the girls out of school you know. We didn't want to. They love jersey. That's where they're where they reside that's where they have their activities their friends and everything and he's like so it's just easier for me to go off by myself and and he said not only that but theresa and i fought all the time we fought all the time. We'll yeah watch the real housewives. You could see this thing coming years ago and then Real housewives of salt lake city starts tomorrow night on bravo and then next wednesday. We're going to have one of the housewives on at nine forty ninety seven one. Ht's frank in just show podcast here on iheartradio. So this is an article ran across was like. Oh my gosh is reading it. So the worst thing that you can say to somebody in bed. And it's you know bunch of relationship experts chimed in with this and somebody texted a two nine four five And they they got it right there. Boom both of those. I mean these were both mentioned in the article. One is you're doing it wrong. Never say that somebody in bed or calling by the wrong name. That's a topic. And i think we've done that. Oh yeah years ago But they go on to say like going back to the. You're doing it wrong. You know they're saying you can convey the same message without saying that you say that to him or her. I mean you've killed it and then you're gonna kill the person's confidence so you good good luck in the future through us. What they're saying with with that how to kind of guess dress it up a little better as far as the the wording and that is just say do you mind you know doing this That kind of thing could try this. It's the wording 'cause. I was thinking about that as i'm reading this article and it's like you know in the in the past that not all the time but every once in a while my my wife tammy will be like know she'll i'm all about the constructive criticism that's cool so it's like when i 'cause i wanna make sure that she's cool. Yeah and i wanna make sure that things are good. So if i'm doing something that is maybe uncomfortable or whatever i wanna know. Yeah and but it's the wording and they're like don't say you're doing a job touch me. Yeah or you know so you say things like. Can you try this or do it like this if you can do it like that. That's that's a little better okay. So they're saying it's the wording but something else that you never say when you're in bed with somebody obviously calling in the wrong name that's not good Have you ever been tested I've had better. You'll that's not and then this one here they're saying don't say this. Do you mind brushing your teeth. I one all the time do you is that when you you'll say it when you guys are not getting it on your pressing teeth before anything even happens. I've already brushed my teeth and gum in like a next level like when you that should be just i would think for you know out of respect for your partner. Yeah that's 'cause like when we're getting ready to you know to whatever It's kind of know. We both are brushing her teeth. And we kind of get ready and that's one of the ways that you get ready for it and he knows that if he doesn't brush his teeth he can just happen. He can just drink a beer like that. turns me on. I gotta talk therapist. i love. I love beer. You breathe on me. But you know this so i can't say too much but i will say that there's a girl that Kelly knows but you. And i know her and she was dating this guy and he had money. He was the nicest guy who was really attractive. They had fun. He treated her well and she made the mistake of thing. It is it in there. Ya oh no uh-huh and that was end and what. Yeah because she didn't she honestly did not know. Oh she was like that was. The one thing is that they didn't can act that way. It wasn't going to happen early. Yeah and she's like he has a lot of money. Maybe he could like like you get the surgery pumped up yup. That's not something you want to hear the deal. She felt terrible dude. She felt terrible. She we there. Yeah oh yeah. I've been there for the last three minutes. Are you kidding me. Yeah it's pretty bad shelter. Did just never i mean. They hung out a couple more times but they were trying right to see if they could make it work in that area and it just never housing. Let's be friends. That sucks all right so well. Let's get into this. It's confessions of professions. That we're going to open it up every once in a great while we'll just open it up to whatever it. Is you do for a living that most people don't have a clue you know as far certain things that go along with the job. So what is it about your job that most people don't know at eight nine five to trying to keep it as short as you can't frankin just show podcast here on iheartradio before we get into confessions the profession some interesting ones come in eight to nine four five and it's a free for alls far as doesn't matter what you do. Just tell us what you do and then tell something about your job then Most people don't know this is a survey that found almost everyone who's made or built something during quarantine thinks it's a good a good enough to give as a gift so you might be getting some handmade gifts for christmas. Yeah i was kinda reading like what what are they talking about. So they said eighty five percent who've made something said that they will give at least one of their creations away as a present this year so then they kind of just going through some of the items whatever okay so so people that you know maybe bake so maybe getting that as a gift. That's that's always a good thing artwork photo albums. That's kind of cool. So my cousin back in detroit. So she makes these these Scrapbooking books that for axle. So we have. They're amazing and she's so good at it and from the moment that he came in i think we actually had one before he came into this world and then we get them every once in a while we have probably like six of them and they're huge and she does such a great job them. Oh my gosh. They're amazing and it's cool. Because you know i'm i don't do that sort of thing my wife. Tammy doesn't do that sort of thing. So they actually have those tangible. I know were big. Like we're in. Know the the mecca for scrapbooking here in utah. So there's a lot of people that do that. But i think that's i think that's a great gift like photo album or scrapbooking album families those memories about And then things like People that knit so sweaters and blankets and moscow. Yeah my mother-in-law dixie so she's She's a knitter and she's just she's great. I i love it. I love the you know the stuff that she does the blankets and stuff. It just gets to be. Were you have family members that do that and yeah oh 'cause get we got a little starter house man. We don't got any room. We don't have a basement. Family members going to delve into this a little more because we're not doing anything on facebook live or anything right now. We're not so but you have someone say who it is but somebody that they make you a sweater and they know that it's like they absolutely know that it's not your side so and that's messed up. Oh yeah so they. They know that it's i would think that they're making either to well either way if they're making it to smaller too big but they know it's not your size. Yeah and then that's that's kind of mental. Bs that they're pulling oh for sure and it was like. Oh i hope it fits now. How much does this cost ship. This is a lot of material broke so messed up to of me. And they're like legit. I put it on. Because i was like okay. It's kind bad you may wear it with leggings and boots. And i was like that was ridiculous. This looks like a blog on a weight off the years a new cover for your truck can use it to cover your truck up you know. Let me tell me that. I don't think we might have mentioned it on the air. But if you can't remember. I can't remember what we say. It was funny. Because i remember what i told you so mad. She continues to do that. That's what's so messed up body yet. I'm the disrespectful all right. Let's get into this We're talking confessions it professions this morning. So it's a free for all so we do this every other week. We try to anyway or we'll pick a profession and say hey. Tell us about this as far as this profession Most people don't know what it is that you do or maybe something about your job. The most people don't now so we're just opening up for free for also. Tell us what it is you do and people don't realize what about your job that That you do so eight to nine four five so this person works for a car dealership so if you call and you're rude i'll tell you that we have nothing available for like a couple of days. Even though i can get in the same day that might even be service department right when you need it fixed and you need your car back there like oh wait a couple of days make it more painful for you or if they're looking for certain car i'm looking like they're sitting right out literally read out for another window. They're like no don't have that model. That's fine a couple days or louis giving them crap but that's just the way with anything man it's like if you're not be rou- if you're not nice then you're gonna get the shaft that i worked for a well known. Local burger place. Our secret sauce is really just thousand island dressing and i know a couple of places that just use that that routes reminds me of fast times at ridgemont high at the burger place. When what's his name is working there with brad hamilton. What's the what's the secret sauce over it. Whatever it is like kept ketchup and mayonnaise. What's the secret sauce. And he rattles off forgot also. The ice cream machine is not broken we just need to clean it and it takes a long time and so i know a lot of people have said that about mickey d's but this is actually be k. Burger king okay. So all the places. And i'd rather they were like that's fine if you say that. Yeah the fine. Yeah i mean because people are probably if you don't well it needs to be cleaned or when you're gonna clean when you clean it so broken is a lot easier. Get off my back. I you know when we have a little downtime. Then we're gonna clean it. But in the meantime it's broken people are. I know we'll get we'll get. Yeah exactly will it. Be clinton cleaned like to i come back by to like no go to a different location in. Maybe there's this up running. The meantime ours is broken around the corner by the favorites bathing. But by okay. I've had enough view visits to make confession. This one's terrifying. Please just tell us the name. We won't share it on the air but we want to make sure we don't go to this person. I've heard i've heard people in this In this profession horror stories was so yeah confession the surgeon. I work with has told me multiple times multiple times that he knows that he that he doesn't know what he's doing. He does not know what he's doing because he skipped out on a lot of schooling. And i was like wait. What what. So so what i was referring. So i've heard people like That have talked about other people in that profession. that they're hooked up Unlike pills and and that's where. I thought that was going. Yeah that's terrifying to know what they're doing and why they're doing surgery that's insane and admitted it multiple times like ooh skipped out on a lot of school. I don't. I don't remember the scores. Or i don't remember how to do this so he text the back of my you know. Is this person getting sued like none of these people. Look what's the deal. Ninety seven one. Frankie and jess show podcast here on iheartradio from and twenty minutes friend of the show. We love her. We haven't seen her forever but it'd be nice to talk on the phone. That's janet evans. Welsh She is Richard paul evans. So that's his daughter and she is kind of like you know born into that and as far as data really successful writer and This is something that she's always wanted to do. And this is her third book. I believe i think you're right. He's re really come into her own as a writer and just excited to talk to her about the process For this book and how. It's ben with court during quarantine can wait to kind of pick your brain about that. Well she's got kids. Yeah a busy lady to kids. And then you know wonder if if like the quarantine i don't know if it helped or hindered the writing process so Yeah it'll be fun to talk to her and talk about this book love and olives and she's a r- writer and she's just a cool person says he's going to be coming up in about twenty minutes. Yeah let's get into the bonus edition of hollywood headlines bonus edition. This morning is brought to you by hebrew valley. Utah's backyard playground o. D. m. x. And so when we talk about celebrities and hollywood headlines you feel for them because they're addiction their issues. I mean it starts somewhere and so he talked about the first time that he tried drugs and it wasn't like you know it wasn't. We'd you know because he tried that earlier ages but when he was fourteen he had a mentor who is a little bit older than he was and he laced his marijuana joint with crack. Jeez and so he was like you know this is where it started and he was like i said fourteen at the time and this incident took place after he committed a robbery with this mentor. So they were doing illegal things and he's fourteen how we gotta hear this. Oh yeah panicking at queens. There's an episode with deacon in in in doug and this is kind of atlantic it's a dream or whatever but it has to do with this audience. It's funny very funny. Yeah well it's just over. I know that. For tuesday our so he said that you know he and his mentor. Rob this place and they got the money and at that point after he took it hit. He was no longer focused on the money. he's like. Oh my gosh. I've never felt like this and that's when the addiction really got deeper and he said a mentor and that's what he said he said i was fourteen years old. I was a kid and i looked up to him. And how could you do that. And he's just had so many issues. I mean the the guys in is what forties now already nine. Yeah you're right choose. And he's just had so so much trauma and he's got a lot of kids and he's been locked up quite a bit and it all stems from his. You know his his substance abuse ministers heartbreaking. You know And then oh this is weird. We were just talking about off the air because kris jenner. I've talked about this before. I love her birthday. Shout outs on insta. Like i love following. Chris and she's just cute cute mom q. Grandma then so today. She has double birthdays so her granddaughter dream it's dreams birthday today and then her Boyfriend that she's been with corey his birthday and they've been together for six years now. He's the big four oh today. So he's forty chris she's early sixties so she had double birthday shout out so just checking those out on instagram. Like oh my gosh this. That's like a lot for her. You know because she does his drawn out cool birthday wishes and she does all the pictures but The age difference thing yeah. It doesn't really bother them in that family. Scott disick went out to dinner the other night with a nineteen year old. She and nineteen year old thirties. Ee he's thirty s. And so this is a friend of sofia. Richie so not only was it a nineteen year old. But it's a friend of his ex's and they were like what so that's pretty messed up and it's younger than sophia because we thought sophia was young in this this gala even younger than his ex sophia. So i'm just like what are you. Doin' scott. he's doing so yeah. Dayton dayton younger younger girls. then we'll stick with the kardashian family. i know people are so so. You're welcome okay. Good surgery backup. I jumped on it. I'm not gonna love it. it's fun you guys talk about that. I'll i'll be in a massage massage right here. We go there. We go sounds like lori. We're gonna break. She's coming up on friday the thirteenth. Oh this friday is friday the thirteenth. Seventy some weird dreams nightmares. Whatever music off you talk about whatever. I'm getting worked on right now. I'm getting a deep massage. Deep tissue massage okay. So thank stephen. This is scottie. Pippen's ex wife. Marsa so larson and kim and rest of the kardashian family were really really close and then all of a sudden people fell asleep. Massage sorry sometimes. They do that so she was really tight with the kardashian family for many many years i mean all of the sisters and all of a sudden they started on on finding her on following her. All this kind of stuff so she said it's connie it's connie connie is that guy and we gotta we gotta do this topic. Because i don't. I don't like dudes like this to get threatened when they're girls have close friends. You got problems if you're woman can't have tight girlfriends you're threatened by that you gotta talk to somebody and this is total. Connie he doesn't like people getting close to kim so there's been multiple friends since together called. It's an abusive relationship control. She's in a ups. It sounds like borderline abusive relationship to be dude. I mean if he's that jealous and controlling and you talk about him you know commenting at what she wears iran. So it's like yeah you're absolutely right. We kind of write between the lines. Oh man but yeah it just. It's just sad when you have girlfriends. That are good girlfriends for so long. And then it's and not only that but here's here's where it really turns so connie likes to keep people arm's length from kim but then he you know he goes on his rants all the time he would call an interest and go off and it would be in the middle of the night sometimes early morning late night so finally she started blocking him because it was like you know some calls you and you're just like this can be in our conversation at the minimum and so she didn't want to do that anymore because he was kind of. You know hijacking her life as far as her time and he would just go off on his nonsense and all this and so when she blocked him he was pissed and then he was like you're not hanging out with her anymore and that goes both ways. I mean that goes for guys that have women that are like that. I've been relationships like that where it's like oma are you kidding. You're you know freaking out about me spending time with a friend or friends that way street and that's a and then it's it's an abusive relationship. Oh totally no. But i'm saying like for for connie to call her friend. That's that's an appropriate next level. Yeah to. I've been hearing more and more rumors about them getting a divorce. Yeah i mean will last couple of days. There's been talk now. It's true and they've got four kids and They just there's a lot of drama with family but larsen was even talking about tristen and chloe because larsen actually dated tristen before khloe dead and people were saying that you know her and tripton weren't officially like done done like one hundred percent done and then khloe kinda swooped in so people were like really khloe given other people crap and the you pull this too so it's larsen and she's like it's fine. She's like you know i was. I was fine with it. You know her interest. And were happy and i was ready to move on to someone else so i wasn't harboring any. Ill will or or hard feelings against her. But it's just that whole family. She she said with her new set that whole family that whole family. A lot of drama is so much drama and that she brought up the jordan woods thing and enduring woods was mad at her for talking about. I guess yeah. They said larisa sipping tea like now she's spilling sipping it for a while. Now she's spell in talking about everybody but she's whatever happened with her and kim you know they could. They could work on it and as long as is in the picture. No you can't. He obviously does not like you. So oh man. This is so much going on there. And then let's do this. Dave grohl so foo fighters were on. Snl over the weekend and of course you love them. I love them. Your best itami loves them. I mean this band is just the best will and they had their new song. They debuted it on there and it was called. I think it's called fame fame. He was good. Yeah it was really. I liked that. So dave girls writing song with. I think her name's nandy bush talked about her. I follow her on instagram. She's incr- this. This little girl is a drum machine. She's the one that you know kind of basically called him out and as for a drum battle you're right. Yeah so i mean. She's amazing. she's awesome. He's been really cool with her. Let's see she's a british girl and she's ten and yeah they did the drum battle like you said earlier this year so they are writing a song together. That's cool. I cannot wait for this and wait for this. And then ariana grande so she. Lets see scored three number one albums faster than any female artist. Miley how the record before her so she just passed miley. Ariana kills it. she's a hit factory. There's nothing that girl can't do about. That was pretty cool and this is really sad so there is a show on b. e. called. Let's stay together. And his name is bert balasko. He ended up passing away. He was only thirty eight. Heard about this. But i didn't know that the show. So what what happened mom. It's really sad. They ended up finding his body sunday inside a hotel room in richmond. Virginia so he was there on a project for a new movie role and he had to quarantine right because a lot of states depending on where you go or countries have you quarantine for fourteen days and then you can start whatever your therefore and They said the circumstances of his death are unclear. His girlfriend couldn't get a hold of him and so she checked in with the hotel. The hotel staff saying this isn't normal so the families awaiting an autopsy There were like like. I don't know how much but blood on the sheets. And so his father spoke up and said he he suffered a fatal aneurysm. Who mean not only was he on. Let's together but he's been in tons of different movies and tv shows and If you look at bert balasko as his name kylie's trying to look them up but he's i mean Sorry bart a couple of just bill burr. but yeah. he's been in a lot of different things and there he is and i'm trying to think Yeah it's just sad like it's the late thirties. And so that was an aneurysm. His father saying they're thinking about they're still going to autopsy and people are obviously very distraught and he's young and thirty eight talented. Yeah beautiful bad very very sad so young. But check out all the pics. I've gotten posted. Weekdays franken just dot com the keyword for that is hollywood headlines. You've been listening to the ninety seven. One frankie and just show podcast right here on iheartradio. We've got friend of the show on the line. Haven't talked to her and forever. So it's nice to have her at least on the line would be nice her. I guess to have her in studio. Yeah janet evans. Welsh is on the line with us. How you doing jenna. hi good. Praise people so excited to talk to you and we miss you. So how how have you been like during the pandemic. how has it been in the in the household. This is gonna sound so strange but we have had a really good year family. We have had some really big challenges and struggles as a family and this year. A lot of really positive things have happened. And i feel like we're thriving in a moment where everyone else is struggling. So that's kind of weird. It's kind of weird to say. But i feel like we're having this moment of clarity and peace in our family and you know there's a lot going on but i'm just seeing a lot of really good things that you feel comfortable kind of elaborating on or no i mean 'cause that well yeah a little bit. Yeah so. I'm i'm especially as parents and we've had a big struggle with one of our children for several years and finally this year we were able to find. Some answers finally figure out kind of what path we needed to go on and that is huge huge just kind of know you know what he needs and how we can function better as a family and as soon as kind of a lockstep piece it was like a lot of things fell into football huge. Congratulations on that. Yeah so okay. So with the pandemic. how was it ben. As far as the writing goes because as far as writing this. This is your third book. Correct yes this is my third. I this is the third and trilogy. And you've ever with me from the very beginning. I think you were like the first interview i ever did. Which was so fun. That's awesome i so yeah. Writing has completely changed. I was like strictly coffee shop writer. Like i always joked like i need to like put a toothbrush behind three cups counter. I don't know if you guys have been to three cups in holiday. that is my place. I adore it And then as soon as that was shutting down. I i think i was like the final person to be in a coffee shop. Like i think like the day before the earthquake And tell me. I was like oh no i have to start working from home and the way that i'd separated my home life and my work wife was just to take my work elsewhere and that was helpful especially when things were arrested at home and suddenly i was like i have to figure out how to like. Be creative in this other space so i actually have grown to really like it. I'm lucky to have you know a spare bedroom. That i've turned into my writing command center and i have like this whole wall full of posted notes. I've seen that. Hey i saw that on your instagram. So what what are you. What whereas some of the things saying on on the little post it notes. They little messages or thoughts. That you don't forget or what what's posted in front of you so i'm working on a new book right now so i'm trying to put together a plot so there are a lot of writers were very organized and i have never been one of them so i'm trying to become one so this is me trying to map out my story as i'm working but i've never had like a permanent place to do that. I used to sometimes like out to you. Know my coffee shop and mike set it up and i was getting way too comfortable in these coffee shops. Like my gosh shoes back on top crying public like she buys one cup of coffee and stays there for four hours. I mean it's better. I remember one day. I walked in and they were like we have a favorite cake today. And i'm like oh i've gotta make some life changes so your dad. So he like. We've we're going to have him on tomorrow your dad because we were. They didn't know yes so he's going to be on tomorrow morning. So what advice have you gotten from your dad. 'cause he seems like because i'm always interested we're always interest as a show to find out what the process is. As far as an author he seems scattered but it works for him so does he. And maybe even that's you know if you feel like you're not organized it doesn't really matter. It's like whatever process works for you right. you know. Yeah i mean. I felt especially with my first two books like i was kinda stumbling in the dark trying to figure out these stories as i went And i'm really busy. I'm like i'm so busy the time and i'm like there's gotta be an easier way so i started to get to know more writers. I was just like tell me how you do this. You you know. I've started to learn more tricks. My dad has one of these mines. That i think is just so rare stories. They come to him in a very. I mean he works. I never wanna say easy. He worked so hard on his book. Never easy for him But his mind. I mean he just has this. Genius factor honestly So i feel like that. I've had to learn different ways of working that just like more productive for me So i am trying to figure out pathways to books. That don't require me to write and throw out as much as i do right. So what are some of the pieces of advice that you've gotten from some other authors for especially for people that are listening right now. That are aspiring authors. I always love to get you know advice from people that are doing it like yourself that you can offer up to somebody else. That's looking to do this for a living. Yeah you know. I mean people ask me all the time for writing advice and the thing. That is so interesting to me is as soon as i published. It only was like everyone was telling me. I've always wanted to write a book. This is the thing i've always wanted to do. I was so shocked by. How many people have this as a goal. But i was even more shocked by how few people actually ever try it so this is so simple but i just feel like trying it starting it. We'll put you so much further ahead than most. You know ninety five percent of the people who have this dream mind So i think the only way to truly learn how to write a book is to do it. I think you can read all the craft books. You can meet all articles all these things that i've done Trying to get better at writing books. I think they've been helpful to the only thing that is truly taught me is getting there and doing the actual work so i think that is important and then i think also being really patient With yourself especially. When i wrote my first drafts of my book i was such a reader. that you know your tastes level and your skill level are so mismatched for so long I remember just being like this is just the worst my first draft. I thought they were so terrible. And i think that's actually a good thing to see how much you want to progress. Because if you're if you're able to like see problems with your own work then you likely will be able to overcome those right. You'll be able to raise your skill level to the point that you have something that you're able to put out into the world if that makes sense because it does. When did you kind of feel that you hit your or you. I guess tapped into your voice. You was that the first book or maybe did a change by the second book. You know what i mean. Is this one. Yeah or is it this one you know. I do feel a new level of confidence that this book which is wonderful. Three a little bit magic to me. i actually wrote this book twice. Start to finish. I wrote a whole book. Something wasn't quite right with it. And i started right over and the book that came to me was just magic. I am so excited about this book. But i a confidence with it that i haven't yet where i do. This story was special And that it's going to be enjoyed by a lot of people So i think that my voice was with me all along. But i think my confidence in my voice has really grown especially over the last year or two. Oh i love the okay. So it's home. Frankie about this and kylie off the air one of these quotes that i found online that you said you may be slow to warm up but once you do you light up the whole room and i love that quote in that just coat totally goes along with what you're just saying with your book it just you were doing the warm ups and now you're like okay. This feels good. Oh thank you you know what's funny is never know what what quotes are going to resonate with people. And how is one that people have pulled out. So many times i would say that's like maybe the second most quoted a anything in my book because it's so interesting what resonates with people at the bottom of my email. Nothing may pay so. I know you lived abroad when you're younger so how. How much of with your books is from like your your your real experience or was it just kind of inspirational when you lived abroad. So the first books i in this series love and gelato. Which is that in florence. I got a lot of inspiration from what my family lived in. Florence italy And i think the inspiration for the series really came from that experience of being a teenager and going abroad. That was so i opening to me. coming from salt lake city where i had a wonderful community but was really sheltered And moving to europe it was like. Oh my gosh. The world just opened up. And i feel like being teenagers. That's already what's happening. You're kind of like oh wait a minute. I'm about to choose what i want my life to be like So it was really natural for me to write about travelling within the teenage experience So it said in an american cemetery right outside of florence. Those interesting is the cemetery that actually is considered american lamp so like the people who can get their mail delivered as though they're in the united states so i had a friend who grew up in that cemetery. Data's the caretaker and she would get up in the morning and go running through the headstones. And i thought that was such an interesting image so i remember it. Seventeen thinking that would be such a great setting for a book. So i didn't based any of the characters truly on anybody but it definitely took a lot of inspiration from that with cool from that experience sitting there and then part of that like what. I'm thinking when. I asked the question i was wondering like if your husband. He's reading the book and he's like I wonder if that's you know her in the story. Or if the you know i would just. I don't know buddy. I had this like high school. Boy said reach out. He emailed me and he was like. I know that you based the love interest on me. Oh is embarrassed. The long eyelashes gap between my. I know it's me and it was like it wasn't i was like what do i say over yourself. That's what you say. give it to someone else. Oh boy let's talk about love and olive. So what's the story about. Eleven is that infanta rating which is a tiny island in greece. And actually a lot of people believe it's the basis for The lost city of atlantis the myth the lost city of atlantis. So that is actually a lot of what this book is about which was so fun for me. I've never. I've never been someone who's very interested in my fantasy or myths her sci-fi or something like that and i dove so deep into the lost city of atlantis. Like i went kind of crazy with it. it's about a sixteen year old girl who she has her life whether she looks perfect. She has the perfect boyfriend. She great grades but has the secret that her dad is looking for the lost city of atlantis. And she hasn't seen him since she was eight years old He's greek he's been in san sereni and he reaches out to her and wants her to come and help him a special project. So it's about them getting back together. They're looking for the last city of atlanta's and a lot of secrets coming out about their cost. Okay that's fine. And i love it because when you're talking about how you delved into it. That is totally your dad. So that's something that you picked up. As far as he immerses himself into these like he's got an idea for a story any little. I know you guys have done like driving across country The two of you. So that's kind of cool that you pick that up like you just totally immersed yourself in that you know trying to. It's i don't feel like it's not a good skill for regular life together like like really obsessed with things but it is. It is for writing. Like i was at a point where i was like. I think i know where the lost city is that my husband was like. Don't tell people that. The book is available were everywhere. We're books are sold right. Lebanon and out today. Pick it up real quick before we let you go so we through this topic out last week and i thought it would be interesting to ask you the question so If you did not choose the path of being an author. What do you think you'd be doing for a living. Eighty something calming like. Teaching yoga. sounds nice. Okay all right. Are you still doing yoga then. Do you do yoga. Say i mean you know ten minutes here. There is to do to be practicing yoga. But how much do i really do. I don't know yeah. I i kind of fell off so i was doing yoga for a long time before Little boy was born but since he's been born i haven't done it here and there but i i need to get back into it. It's such a yes i this. It's so good it's good for us. It really is all right well. Congratulations on the third book. Solemin olives you can pick it up Anywhere books are janet evans welsh. And we're going to be talking to your dad tomorrow morning. So excited i stick. Thank you so much guys. Of course we love you. Yeah take care and keep in touch. Okay okay all right. We're going to turn things over to jeff. Mccartney he's coming up next tuesday he's got a chance to win a thousand bucks the pay your bills when you hear these keywords. You want a text to two hundred two hundred and there's twelve. 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Back-To-School: Recess 101

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Back-To-School: Recess 101

"Hey Mindy here before we start the show. I just wanted to let you know that Guy Ross the pop ups and I are ready to hit the stage with our brand new. Wow how in the world pop up party the laboratory of bad ideas durant out the year we will be in San Francisco California on October fifth. Yes Washington on November second and Los Angeles California on November seventeenth. There are only a small handful of tickets left for upcoming coming shows in San Francisco in Seattle and tickets for our Los Angeles. Shows are going fast so to get yours. GROWNUPS JUST VISIT TINKER CAST DOT com slash slash events tinker cast dot com slash events. We can't wait to see you out in the world very soon. That's it now. Let's get on with the show. The Pixel Sky arrived. What are you just bouncing this ball. I can see that but what are you you. Do we just bouncing ball here. Yeah I get that but could you if you wanted to come over to water balloons with our armpits scientific research to do and this does not look scientific to meet Iran's. Oh Well I. I am doing scientific research so I guess you're GonNa tell me that you're doing a physics experiment on acceleration in Law City by bouncing well actually no it just bouncing this ball and I guess they're gonNa tell me that you're measuring acceleration based on Earth's gravity at nine point eight meters per second again I well yes. I guess I could plot this bouncing ball on a graph according to Earth's gravitational forces but been real really. I promise promised Mindy. I'm just bouncing this ball rows. You said you couldn't come over to crack water balloons with me because you were too busy doing scientific research in the brain cognition commission and this does not look like scientific research to me. Oh I I am indeed. That's why I'm taking a break Cairo's earlier. Today you said and you couldn't hang out with me because you were so busy studying how the human brain takes an information keeps it insider brain and Blah Blah Blah not well but after a while I just couldn't concentrate anymore you know in fact many couldn't even understand what I was reading anymore for. That part is because I accidentally changed the language on your computer to Portuguese and then I couldn't read the instructions instructions on how to change it back because I don't speak Portuguese so that is what that's all about any who so you decided to take a much needed break break well yeah. I'm actually starting to feel a little refreshed so wendy. Have you noticed that when you're reading or working on math problems uh-huh for a long time you start to get a little fidgety out even the car tire that I use for digit spinner works and don't you just want to jump up and down and around and many playmate believe or just daydream all of those things Guy Roz in fact. That's why I've got kicked out of the Nail Salon along last night out spying on no no no why you're talking about is exactly the kind of stuff I need to do. I've been concentrating for a long time in like every hour or so. Get out there and get my you know world. That's just it many. You need to recharge to re the energized arena group because it's hard to sit still for such a long time. Oh yeah which is why my favorite time of day. It is yes yes. He says is one of my favorite parts of the date to it actually makes us smarter occur in better learners. Guy Roz. You're telling me that running around a big open field like a bunch of screaming laughing wild. L. Maniacs is actually making us smarter. Yes what Mindy Mindy over the past few years a lot of schools in America. NCA- have shortened recess times because kids are learning a lot more things in school today which is great big by what it means that we have so much time into one little school day that we have time for recess. EXAC- and while that might seem like a good idea you know less recess more time for math and reading and spelling and geography and art and History Drian Sci Fi. It also means less time for just running around on the playground. I'm still not entirely clear on how now running around a playground makes us smarter well. Here's the amazing thing mindy researchers known as Kinesiology or scientists who studied studied the movement of humans and animals. Will they've been studying this very question. You mean what the connection is between moving our bodies in learning stuff yes yes and you know what they've been discovering what well they've been finding more and more evidence or facts and clues that have led them to conclude. Bet Lisa's time as Bessul for kids makes it a lot easier for kids to learn in classrooms right news. How do they figure well. There's one particular kinesiology in Texas named Debbie. Ray and she's looked at schools. Were kids have more recess time than the kids at other schools like where well a good example is the country of Finland Finland country. That's all the way up at the top of Europe sandwiched right in between Russia and Sweden so if you look at a map you can see Norway would just sort of like a giant CI- Spoon and next to it is Sweden and then Finland and so what did she bind in Finland will. Finland is one of the countries in the world work. Kids tend to score really really high on international tests tests that kids in countries all around the world take to see how how much they're learning interesting so do we know the secret as to why kids in Finland or scoring so high well there are a number of hypotheses based on on some scientific evidence and those hypotheses include things like really really well paid teachers for starters like the sound of well. Well paid teachers okay. I'll be back in the time out everyone but there's another hypothesis and it has to do with recess and break times so do kids in Finland. Get a lot of re. Thanks Mindy kids in Finland on average. Get fifteen minutes. It's a recess every forty five minutes and that means that in an average day kids in Finland can get about one hour and thirty thirty minutes. Wait a minute geyer is it sounds to me like you're describing well. yet your snow love signed yet. Mattie all bird flying Finland. Do Science Yeah Well I. I'm not sure we can just show up. I mean we should probably notify people in Finland that we're coming back ause. I'm about to climb the monkey bars and Finland. Don't forget to pack my junk. I'm not sure sure now is the time to actually fly to us. Hold onto your hand sandwich because we're hitting the first liking canton we it can tile. I'm just brushing up on my finish as we speak right here on page one seventy two the word for lake round in Finnish is liking Kenta well. I think actually most Finns speak pretty good English ready. We're GONNA need some Cabinet Jerky Helsinki. This is really a good idea. I rise. We're flying a carrier pigeon to Finland. Of course this is not a good idea ready here. We Oh it Kinda got those ice skates for Reggie. Talents never knew knows. We're GONNA come in handy it on the ground over here. I think I should have ordered some of those custom skates for my posterior Dear you mean your Tush Bun glued maximus. You're talking about yes. Yes yes mindy. I didn't ask for a human. The Sorus dare size is but Duncan don't why why well you better hop off your caboose Mr because we have arrived in the capital of Finland Linden find a school okay. But where are we going to find a de it. Oh well Sir holies is mindy. They're playing outside in the middle of this cold weather and no one seems to mind the cold of course they don't Iras. It's time you know. It doesn't look all all that different from recess. In America I mean just a bunch of kids playing on the monkey bars and running around blowing off some steam speaking of steam could use a hot muggy hot cocoa right now you know many this is exactly what a lot of researchers have observed kids running around in snowsuit son on a Helsinki playground yes because they wanted to see if kids in Finland concentrate better than kids in other countries with less recess. So what did they find well. They found that in schools were kids have more time for free play. You know to explore the playground to run around to daydream mm-hmm. The actually focused better when they got back to class yeah just like they had some time to get there. He is out clear. The rains will infect two years ago a few schools in Texas including Eagle Mountain Elementary School in Fort Worth started to give kids more breaks more time for recessed. I Finland Reggie well. Oh we don't really need to go to taxes me. We can just right up our notes back at the lab at at my house change of plans for heading back to the lab hoppy bitter straffing because Reggie on softer landings you know we tried it but I just felt like Reggie was to over schedule off mean between Spanish lessons and chess club and taekwondo. Oh and swimming and cut Chilean. We barely even had time to stop and smell the roses anyway. I don't even think colleges look at all that extracurricular curricular. Steph anyways so it's really not that rich in taekwondo. We'd tried it all taekwondo karate but let me tell you this pigeon and couldn't even do the rain cat and he never really got into that whole wax on wax off things yeah okay well. What will anyway now that we're back can the lab let me compare our observations from that school in Helsinki with a study that was done by the American Academy of Pediatrics. You mean that indeed group of doctors that looks after Kids Yeah Pediatricians and the Academy of Pediatrics does lots of research on things that are helpful for kids like giving them more recess yes in fact many in a study published by the academy. The pediatricians wrote that recess time is crucial crucial for kids and that it provides cognitive emotional social and physical benefits hot ntative benefit yes so good the brain and good for learning and emotional benefits a good at helping kids. Stay happy and grounded in social benefit. Ah Good at helping kids learn how to get along with other kids. Okay got it and you also said physical benefit yup good at helping kids stay a healthy and strong that sounds like an open and shut case sherlock and what's really cool is that other schools in Texas are watching Eagle Mountain elementary school to see the effects of more recess on the kids. Well while you were taking notes in Finland. I put together the perfect plan for school here. 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25: Are You an Enabler?

Straight Up with Trent Shelton

29:11 min | 1 year ago

25: Are You an Enabler?

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Even when it's going to Pierce your heart this me shrink celts straight yeah helper versus enabler and I just want to jump out the gate and say this if you're an able to people you're not helping their life. There's a major difference okay. There's a major difference between helping someone versus enabling someone. I believe helping is doing something for someone that they can to right. They physically can't do it in. There's Tom's in our lives where you know we help people. But then times in our lives where people get so used to our help that they use them as they ended up taking advantage of us and then it turns into neighbouring. So hey helping is doing something for someone that they can't do. Enabling is doing something for someone that they can do again. There's certain situations where you have to help people and I'm not telling you I want to get this out the gate. I'm not telling you to stop being a helper. I'm telling you to stop having a good heart because I have a good heart. I love helping people. You guys know that but one thing that I won't do is I want be taken advantage stuff. I will not continue to be used. I will show you how to do it. It's like the great parable. I'm sure I'm paraphrasing this. But the great parable. If you teach a person if you catch persons fish for them you will feed them for the night but if you teach a person how to fish you will feed them for life. It would a lot of us. Will we end up doing is that we keep doing it for the person and that person becomes dependent on US? It would person is dependent on you. You're not doing their life any justice. You're doing their life because they never learned how to do it. I call it the training will mentality GonNa Tell. Tristan's age when he got off his trainer wills because he would kill me but Tristan went to learn how to ride a bike and he he got into the The electric scooters and all that so it took him a little while longer to learn how to rob because he wanted to do the coolest I before. You're learning how to ride a bike and so we took off the training wheels and I was helping him right. I was our hammer. Help you for a little bit and say about Ray. The movie in a second because it really taught me like when raise mother talks the right and I'll just go into a right now if you've never seen the movie Ray with Jamie Foxx Ray Charles's movie. I learned so powerful. When Ray became blind as a Kid. His mother said you know. He was struggling and his mother say. Listen the world's not going to have sympathy for you but you'll have to learn how to figure it out. The world is not going to give you anything and I might not be here. They might become. They might become a time in your life where I'm not here for you to lean on. Are you depend on so I have to teach you because I don't teach you then you're never going to learn how to do it for yourself and I didn't prepare you for life and so many times as parents and as friends and s people? We don't prepare our kids what we do. Is We in our kids and they grow up entitled and we have a lot of people in this world that's entitled. We have entitled kids. We have entitled adults feeling like the World owes them something so raise mother said. Hey you know I'll show you how to do it once I'll even show you how to do it twice. But after that it's on you you have to figure it out you have to bump your head you have to fall down so it's the same mentality to Tristan. Listen I'm not some tough guy. It's like hey do it by yourself. I don't care I'm going to help you but I understand what true help is true. Help is helping. The person become dependent on themselves. And so we're riding a bike. I'm holding Tristan up right. I mean if you ever have a kid are teaching somebody how to ride a bike. You're trying to get them to find their balance. And then I realized after a while it was so dependent on me holding his bike that he wasn't learning how to balance for himself SA say. Okay well this his helmet on his his elbow pads. All I said Tristan you'll have to learn how to do it yourself. Bro. I've taught you how to do it. But you're depending on me right now. And so I let the bike go. And he started to stumble. He fell down one or two times but once he fell he felt how it how it felt a word he felt high built to fall down on the ground and hurt so he tried even harder to figure it out but he never would've figured it out if I would kept on holding the bike in helping him ballots in so I take the training wheels off and some of us what we're doing in people's lives we're keeping the training wheels on their life period. We won't let them figure it out and they're always dependent on us. I tell people all the time. Listen I want you to depend on guiding yourself? I don't want you depend on me. I'm here to help you but I am not here to enable you. Hey what's up guys? Listen up like we all know. Technology has improved just about everything foams car shopping etc etc. Everything but the mattress has more or less been the same. Says they mentioned asleep but we deserve better. Sleep is very important. The Quality Asleep will determine the quality of your life. Believe that but finally the mattress has evolved thanks to purple the secret of Purple Purple Grid. It's a pads in comfort. Technology instantly adapts to your body's natural shape in sleep style purpose for everybody. No matter how you sleep you can count on arrest and easy night after night year after year. Because it's durable it won't sink are loose shape experience. 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We do that for significant thing because some of us it makes us feel good when we have people depend on us enormous preaching to somebody right now and so we wanna keep doing for our kids. We WanNa keep doing for our friends when it keep doing for whatever and listen to each his own. I'm not telling you to stop doing. But if they never learn how to swim. They have a great chance of drowning. Okay and I'm going to tell you a story in the second about that exile. Go Rhino to go back to morally so I remember when I was younger. Don't call. Cps On my dad. But I remember when I was younger. We would have life vests right and we would swim. My Dad would take. I remember to Holiday Inn in Kenner Louisiana holiday. We have so much fun and my dad. My Dad's method of teaching. This swelled was like listen. Are you gonNA keep his life jacket on? We're GONNA get the flow down. We're going you know how to mcgahan to kick your feet but after a while we're go take the life jacket off into the deep end. I'M I go out. I knew the day was coming where the deep end the throw into the deep in was arrived. I was scared like I probably Peter Myself that day. I was probably like I don't know six seven years old and I had older brothers so I always wanted to keep up with them and they were just watching like man. I went through this process before the deep in day. Where my dad those into the deep end So my dad is so funny thinking about this. My Dad said today's the day now. It's all right. So we the life vest and he knew something to just paint this picture. He knew as long as I kept the life vest on then I wasn't really gonna be confident in my ability to swim. How many of us right now can relate to that whether it's in our lives where we experienced it or somebody else's is that you're keeping the life vest on them in an ever going to be confident to do that. Thing never going to be confident to go achieve that dream. They're never going to be confident to go out and fail and go out and try because if they always have a crutch to lean on and I keep saying because I don't WanNa take out of context. You should be there when someone needs you to be right but there's a fine line between being there when someone truly truly need you in being there when someone feels uncomfortable so they go back to you back to the story my dad those on the water and I'm panicking. I because I have no life vest on but after a few seconds guess what I learned how to swim. My Dad was right there. My brothers were there. They were like I was by myself but obviously if I would have started sinking. They would've jumped in and my dad told me. Say you know what you learn how to swim today. And he said he told me he said. Remember this in life. Sometimes you gotta take off the life jacket in order to understand how much confidence and how strong you truly are. You gotta take off the life jacket. I remember when I was getting cut from NFL. And I was dead. Broke guys like I was broken in broke and most people don't have money because I'm a NFL player all these things in every time my parents and France asked me. Hey Do you need some in? Listen I don't want you to turn turn away that you definitely need everybody's not going to stop this mentality. I understand that we're all in different places or please don't take this out of context. I WANNA million messages trend by Blah. But I knew in my life in order to get to the next level. I couldn't have crutches in my life. I couldn't have bridges in my life that I knew I can go back down so I had to burn the bridge of depending on other people for my life in so many times. We expect people to do something for us that we aren't even women do for ourselves. We expect people to make it happen for our life when it's our life and so I knew if I would've took the help from my parents if I would've took the help from other people I knew in the back of my mind. I would never reach my potential. I would have never stepped out and took off the life vest and jumped into the water because I knew I could always depend on him so I said I'm good and I had to go through life figuring out I had to go to trial had to go through era. I had to go through times where I didn't have much and I know if I would have kept those crutches in my life I would have never found the greatest version of myself so much to think about that. Sometimes the greatest thing you can do is letting someone jump into the deepen. Sometimes the greatest thing you can do is cut off that that rope of help and say take off those training wheels or be like raise mother in the movie and say you know what you gotTa go do it. You know I had that conversation with my kids. All the time like what's going to happen if I'm not here so as Tristan prepping them to be a man what's going to happen. I'm prepping Amistad on his feet. Yes there will be here when you need to be here but I want you to figure it out we're morally you know my kids when they were walking as we know what babies you know we care for our kids. We don't want them to get hurt. But if we always hold our babies hand when they're learning how to walk a bench so we have to let go so they can figure how to balance in their own life but if you keep holding their hand. They're never going to be confident that they can walk by themselves. They never going to be confident their own shoes and so yeah they might will not walking yet. But Maya's fell down. Christmas fell down. I fell down in my life. Felt how it felt to fall down how much it hurts. I don't WanNa do that more so I'm GONNA try my best to make this happen with my life. I want you to understand this quote. You can't keep carrying on your back. Somebody that's capable of walk by your side. Say That again. Stop carrying people own your back that is capable to walk by your side. You can't keep holding umbrella for somebody who keeps creating their own storms. You can't keep savings somebody that won't that don't WanNa be saved. There comes a point when you gotta be like man. This is draining you. I'm I love to help people with their problems. But I'M NOT GONNA keep helping person with their problems and their into becoming my problems because they don't want to do the work to work on their own problems. Hello you can't keep being the boat that saves them when they're allowing those problems in their life to flaunt their life. You can't be someone's permanent crutch because you are fighting a battle that you cannot win and I know this might seem very rude but I'm not going to continue to help you not help yourself. I'm not GonNa do that because I care too much about you to not teach you how to figure it out. I care too much about you to not help you as my Ted did. Learn how to swim in hard times difficult times. You need to stop doing things for someone. Listen hear me clear. You need to stop doing things for someone when you find out because people always ask. How do I know the difference when I'm able to somebody versus helping somebody? I think it's this simple when they expected versus when they appreciate it. You need to stop doing things for someone when you find out. It's expected rather than appreciated in sometimes when we keep giving a norm using these like but you know these disclaimers because I I don't want to take out of context. I want you to continue to be a giver but never let your giving become your slavery like never let you give him become your slavery. You should your help should empower. Someone not enable them. Your hope should be like the fuel for someone right Acre for someone not something that really holds them back for their full potential. You know if I kept the trainer will Tristan's bike and I kept hoping he might have never would have failed but guess what now he riding his bike all over the place he would have never got his great as he is at riding a bike. If I would have kept home as in sports is the same thing. I'll tell Chris and I'm sure you once or twice how to run the route. I'm going to keep showing you how to do it because I want you to figure it out. I want you to become dependent on yourself. Your help should empower. Someone not enable them. You're giving should give them the opportunity. Plays him he clear what this you're giving given the opportunity to stay on their own two feet not a dictum to the pin on you. It's healthy to be a helper but it's destructive to be an to never feel guilty because this is what happens man like. Will you stop? You can do a million things for someone a million things great things you could provide them everything in the world but what you stop doing that. One thing in a lot of us are afraid of the backlash when we stopped doing that. One thing when we say no because if you keep saying yes to everyone else and you're saying no to yourself like that's not healthy but people will try to make you guilty for saying no as if you didn't do a million things people people will hold you to the one thing you didn't do and it's like they forget about the things that you do for them it's healthy to be a helper but it's destructive to be an enabler never feel guilty for deciding not to be used more. Never feel guilty for it because again. If you truly care for the people you're trying to help you will allow them to fail. You will allow them to go on that journey figuring it out. You will allow them not to depend on you. There's only so much you can do for people who don't want to do for themselves. There's only so much that you can truly do it so I want you to think about this today. Are you helping someone? Are you an able in someone if you're a person listening to this? Are you allowing someone to enable you because I want to tell you that the more you allow someone to keep doing things for your life in a kick during the small things and you don't want to grow up because somebody might not want to hear this but there are a lot of grown kids in the world? Today there are a lot of kids that never grew up. There are a lot of kids that that at that. Have an expectation that everybody should you know? Submit how they feel. Everybody should do something for them. And if you're that person you gotTa Wake Up. The world does not revolve around you. I want I want you to be clear about that. It doesn't nobody's wanted to do anything for you in the more you can find confidence and doing it yourself. You know. I've got great certain things and I'm going to be real what you got super great at certain things is. I would try it for myself. I went out and fail for myself. I went out and may be asked for help but I didn't depend on the help. I didn't keep going back to that. Say Hey keep helping me keep helping me no. Us Okay Cool. I appreciate you for giving me the advice appreciation for giving me the strategy. I appreciate you. Forgive me the the feedback. But now I have to figure it out for myself in that. Allow me to become great. Because I went through the process of growing up I went through the process of embarrassing myself. I went through the process of valley. There was some listeners. I want to tell you about neum. Numerous a habit change program that uses psychology to teach you how your mind works so you can understand why you make the decisions that you make in Philly power to change for good lasting. Change is very important in our laws in to be honest with you. Numerous helped me with the physical but it's also helped me with social things. A lot of you know that I've been my whole entire life so often struggle with social anxiety. Numerous help me feel more confident. Crowds and more comfortable in social situations based on psychology. Neum teachers. You why you do the things you do in empowers you with the tools to break the bad habits. Replace them would better words. There's a science to get healthier. It's called NEUM. Sign up for your trout today at Neum in Oem dot com slash straight up. What do you have to lose? Visit noon Dot com slash. Straight up to start your trout today. That's Neum in show 'em dot com slash straight up in our US. We deal with addicts. We deal with people that you know. It's like okay. When do we give up? You're not giving up on a person by choosing out to help them anymore. You're really fighting for the more like I want to change your perspective when it comes to this. You're not giving up on someone because you're saying okay. I'm going to allow you to figure it out. That's not giving up. That's actually given them permission to walk into their strength. It might not seem like that they might not take it as you might not even see it as that but that's what it truly is you're allowing someone to stand on their own two feet. You're allowing someone to learn how to walk but you cannot keep carrying on. This is my third time saying this quote and this is the quote of the podcast. You cannot keep carrying someone on your back. That's capable walked by your side. There's times in life where you gotta carry that personally because they just can't do it and we all need to be carried at some point but there's a point when they can start doing it. There's a point when they can start walking by your side they appoint when they can actually grow up it. There's a point. So will you change your perspective in sales actually helping this person Paulo Allen this person to go see the world pile allowing this person to go fell a little bit by lower this person that fall flat on their face actually helping them because I can tell you this thing about the human being as humans. We don't like to fall down. We don't like to go through pain. We don't like to be hurt if we always have that safety net that somebody's going to catch us when we fall then we keep doing the same things that's causing our fall. We're GONNA keep doing the same things that's called our destruction that's causing are toxic behavior. That's causing our dependency. We're gonNA keep doing those things because we know there's a net somebody's in the catches before we fall. But will you fall flat on your face? That's why we say the truth sometimes hurts but it always helps when you fall flat on your face. You like that hurt follow face. Mama figure this thing out because I see that nobody's GonNa catch me. You might feel a little bit insensitive embittered towards the people around you. But it's not their fault. It's your life and it took me fallen flat on my face and figuring out that changed my life. It took me. Stop running back to the that. Were comfortable for me for me to change my life. It took me to stop running back to my dependency for me to change my life. It took me start running back to my safety net for me to change my life it once. I realize it. I couldn't go back. You know what I did I started to move for. I started to fall down. I'll start the stumbled but over time I became stronger. I became wiser. I became more intelligent. I became better and I went from falling down to run to fly into achieving. And so as we wrap with this podcast. I really want to think about that. Are you able in someone again doing something for someone that they can do for themselves? They should be doing for themselves that they should be figuring out even if they can't do it for themselves. Are you a helper right? You actually helping somebody do something they can't do. Helpers should never graduate 'TIL enablers helpers. Stay helpers if you're graduating to able in people you're not really doing the right thing for their life but I got into every single podcast episode it all starts with you. I know how I noticed spokesman I know a lot of you might be a little bit weird because maybe you've been in a place of being able by people. I get it or maybe you feel like man. I've been enabling people so much. Please change it. Please change it. It's time for that life vest. Off Of from from your help your dependency. Let them go more how to swim. Because there's GonNa come and Tom in life where you might not be to help were. You might not be there to help. And what's going to happen? They're going to drown because you never gave him the chance to learn how to swim. Never took the train wills off of their life. You never allow them to walk and fall because you wanted to carry them on your back. It's time to stop doing that. If you've got to the end of this episode I want you to hit me up at at Rehab. Tom inbox now. I just want you to tell me what you learn from. Anisette Sheridan's if you want to but this one of these episodes that you really need to think about because this has helped my life in so many ways. It's helped my life for one personally on the side of being able. It helped me become stronger wiser right but also from the fact of enabling people because I have such a given heart that it can be taken advantage stone and I'm not going to help people live a lifestyle. I told somebody the other day. Somebody's I in borrow some money. I was like okay cool. Always people things. I'm okay with that but then I start to look about what they were doing with their money. And I said I'm not gonNA help you live a lifestyle that you can't afford and that was pretty route but it was the truth. I'M NOT GONNA be here for you to say Oh. I'm your bank because you don't want to be disciplined in how you spend your money so you gotta figure it out because if I'm always your bank you're never going to be disciplined in that area life in I've seen people. I've seen myself become so drained because we allow ourselves to be used. Cut It out man. Cut those things out in the people got a problem with it so be it. If people got a problem with you not babying them not giving them their pass fire not allowing them to use you so be it so be it. This is your life to continue to help. People stop being enabled. I say in every single episode. It all starts you. Let's get straight up straight up is hosted and recorded by me. Trench shelter that was produced by Chelsea and mixed and edited by Andrew. Weller Cameron is our executive producer. Straight up which French Shelton is. The production of the highest company was really restrain here. I wanted to inform you about my new coaching program. Cic Trent's inner circle so many hit me up about diving deeper. You know the inspiration is good from the videos. Information is good but you WanNa know how to actually apply this. You WanNa know the tactics. You WanNa know the steps. And that's what I do in my intimate inner circle so makes you go transit. Inner Circle Dot Com right now. Check out the video on the page and see if it's for you. I can't wait to be your coach let's get.

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Cattle Current PodcastNov. 1, 2019

Cattle Current Market Update with Wes Ishmael

06:40 min | 1 year ago

Cattle Current PodcastNov. 1, 2019

"Cattle futures eased on Thursday. With the end of the month and expiring Spotlights Weekly Carcass Weights. Were every year year over year for the first time along while coming up on your alker market update with how did all this is West Ishmael with your Calico market update for Thursday night and Friday morning the first November except for some scattered sales sales in Kansas on Thursday negotiated cash fit cattle trade remained undeveloped based on. USDA reports. Those Kansas sales were steady with the previous day's higher higher market in the Southern Plains at one hundred twelve dollars one hundred weight. Campbell futures pulled back from the previous day's strong rally while position squaring and profit-taking aching was likely part of the pressure outside markets were also lower on renewed doubts about a U. S. China trade deal live cattle futures closed an average of sixty sixty three cents lower across a range of fifteen cents lower at the back of the board to a dollar seventy lower and expiring October. Fear cattle futures closed just an average of nineteen cents lower wholesale beef values were sharply higher on choice and steady on select with moderate to good demand and modern offerings according to the Agricultural Marketing Service. Choice box beef cut out value two dollars and thirteen cents higher Thursday afternoon at two hundred and thirty two dollars and eighteen cents added wiped select with eighteen cents lower at two. Oh six forty nine. Corn futures closed mostly fractionally lower while soybean futures closed mostly tea cents higher cavs fear cattle traded mixed across a wide range at the weekly Thursday auctions monitored wanted by cal current. Here's an extended sampling as the fall run picks up Spain steers weighing less than seven hundred pounds. Hold Steady to seven dollars higher at. Oh Gloria livestock auction in Nebraska with forty eight hundred ninety five hit on hand heifers weighing less than seven hundred pounds soul two to five dollars higher at Napoleon holy in livestock and North Dakota prices. Were all over the board fear steers joined five and a half to six hundred pounds. Full eleven dollars higher but nine dollars lower at six six hundred to six hundred and fifty pounds then seven dollars higher six and a half to seven hundred pounds and fifteen dollars lower at seven hundred seven hundred fifty pounds feeder heifers. I wound four to four and a half sold ten dollars. Higher six dollars higher at five to five and a half seven dollars higher at seven hundred fifty eight hundred pounds steady eighty eight hundred eighty eight fifty and then a dollar lower at nine hundred to nine hundred and fifty pounds. There are twenty eight hundred and twenty four hit on offer fear steers weighing more than seven hundred pounds sold steady four dollars higher at Woodward Livestock Auction Oklahoma. Where Twenty eight hundred twelve head? Ron offer a lower undertone was noted for steers weighing less than seven hundred pounds. Fear heifers were thinly tested with instances of one or two dollars. Lower higher undertones were noted for steer and and Heifer calves in a live test in Salina Kansas at farmers and ranchers livestock commission steers. Wayne eight hundred. Nine fifty sold three to nine dollars higher fire while steers weighing less than eight hundred pounds sold with lower undertones Hafer Zwane seven hundred to a thousand fifty pounds sold one two three dollars higher. Then lower undertones tones. A lighter weight there are twenty three hundred and thirty five head on offer steering Heffer Castle. Steady three dollars higher at Lhamo Lot stock auction in Iowa Thursday that was compared to two weeks earlier. yearling sold generally strong there. Seventeen hundred and twenty four hit finally at till you livestock auction in Texas. Steer Heifer castled firm to five dollars higher a mostly steady undertows not for feeder wait steers and heifers with limited comparable wait the AMS reporter noted. The buyers are beginning to stock up on Good Wean Casra week pastor explain that unweaned and short wing cavs are selling selling the heavy discount. Compare to their weaned peers. Their thirteen hundred ninety forehead on offer major. US financial indices closed lower. Thursday pressure included the after mentioned chatter about a more dismal outlook for U. S.. China trade. Talks that nothing. Nothing definitive as always the Dow Jones Industrial Average closed one hundred forty points lower the S. and p. five hundred closed nine points lower and the Nasdaq doc. Was Down Eleven points for the first time in a long while carcass. Waste trinite higher year-over-year for the weekend October nineteenth the average dress steer weight was nine hundred pounds according to the most recent actual slaughter under federal inspection report. That was is a pound lighter than the previous week but six pounds heavier than the same time. You're earlier the average dressed. Heffer wait of eight hundred. Thirty one pounds was three pounds ounce heavier than the previous week and five pounds heavier than the previous year by the way thinking about the end of the Business Tyson. Fresh meats the the beef and pork unit of Tyson Foods Inc. broke ground this week for the company's new case ready beef and pork facility at Eagle Mountain City in Utah. The three hundred million dollar project will be a case ready meat cutting and packaging operation taking fresh beef and pork brought in from other locations and and converting it into steaks chops roasts ground beef that our trade weight and labeled and then shipped retailers. Currently Tyson foods operates case thirty plants in our Tennessee and Texas and initially the new facility is expected to create more than eight hundred local jobs and then expand twelve hundred physicians and within three years Thatcher Kelkar Market Update for Thursday night and Friday. Morning the first of November you can find more at. WWW DOT KELKAR DOT com. This

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Back-To-School: Recess 101

Wow In the World

20:24 min | 2 years ago

Back-To-School: Recess 101

"Yeah. Guy arise. What are you? Just just bouncing ball. I can see that. But what are you doing just mountains ball here that could you if you wanted to come over to pump water balloons with our armpits said you had scientific research to do. And this does not look scientific to me. Oh, Well, I I am doing scientific research. So I guess you're gonna tell me that you're doing a physics experiment on acceleration in Baloch by. Well, actually, no, I was just bouncing this ball. And I guess you're going to tell me that you're measuring exceleron action based on earth's gravity at nine point eight meters per second per second. Well, yes, I guess I could plot this founding ball on a graph according to earth's gravitational forces. But really, I promised shis bouncing this ball Roz. You said you couldn't come over to crack. Water balloons with me because you were too busy doing scientific research about brain cognition, and this not looked like scientific research to me. Oh, I am Indy. Why I'm taking a break. Guy rose earlier today, you said you couldn't hang out with me because you were so busy studying how the human brain takes an information keeps it insider praying and Balaa was but after a while I just couldn't concentrate anymore. You know, in fact, many I couldn't even understand what I was leading anymore. Yes. That part is because I accidentally changed the language on your computer to Portuguese. And then I couldn't read the instructions on how to change it back because I don't speak Portuguese. So that is what that's all about any who. So you decided to take a much needed break. Yeah. Yeah. I'm actually starting to feel a little refreshed. Have you noticed that when you're reading or working on math problems for a long time you start to get a little fidgety? Not even the car tire that I use for a visit spinner works and don't you just want to jump up and down and around and maybe play make believe or just daydream. All of those things guy Roz got kicked out of the nail salon last out spying on. No, why you're talking about is exactly. The kind of stuff I need to do when I've been concentrating for a long time, then like three hours. So I get out there. Get out, you know, world fats. Just it Mindy you need to recharge to re energize to regroup because it's hard to sit still for such a long time. Oh, yeah. Which is why my favorite time of day is. Yes. Yes. He says is one of my favorite parts of the date to it actually makes us smarter. And better learner guy rise George telling me that running around a big open field like a bunch of screaming. Laughing wild maniacs is actually making us martyr. Yes. Mindy Mindy over the past few years? A lot of schools in America have shortened their recess times. Because kids are learning a lot more things in school today. Which is great big. But it means that we have to. Him so much. Time into one little school day that we have of less time. Exactly. And while that might seem like a good idea, you know, less recess more time for math and reading and spelling and geography and art and history and science. It also means less time for just running around on the playground. Still not entirely clear on how running around playground makes us smarter. Will here's the amazing thing? Mindy researchers known as Caniggia Logist or scientists who studied the movement of humans and animals will they've been studying this very question. You mean what the connection is between moving our bodies in learning stuff? Yes. And you know, what they've been discovering what well even finding more and more evidence or facts and clues that have led them to conclude that recess time as Bessul for kids makes it a lot easier for kids to learn in classrooms, right news. How do they figure this out? There's one particular kinesiology in Texas named Debbie Ray. And she's looked at schools were kids have more recess time than kids at other schools. Where well a good example is the country of Finland. Country. That's all the way up at the top of Europe and sandwiched right in between Russia, and so we'd -an that Finland. So if you look at a map, you can see Norway would just sort of like a giant spoon and next to it is Sweden and then Finland. So what did she find? In Finland will Finland is one of the countries in the world where kids tend to score really really high on international tests tests that kids in countries all around the world take to see how much they're learning trysted. So do we know the secret as to why kids in Finland or scoring so high well, there are a number of hypotheses based on some scientific evidence. And those hypotheses include things like really really well paid teachers for starters. I like the sound of well paid teachers Geyer is. Okay. Teachers. Aren't. Time out everyone. But there's another hypothesis, and it has to do with recess and break times so do kids in Finland get a lot of recess Mindy kids in Finland on average get fifteen minutes of recess every forty five minutes, and that means that in an average day kids in Midland can get about one hour and thirty minutes of recess. Wait a minute Geyer. Is it sounds to me like you're describing? Well. Yet, your snow Medio burn where. Finland do science. Well, I am not sure we can just show up. I mean, we should probably notify people in Finland that were coming back. I'm about lime the monkey bars and Finland Reggie. Don't forget to pack. My junk. I'm not sure now is the time to actually fly to hold onto your hands. Because we're about to hit the first liking Kenton week fast. Mike can't just brushing up my finish as we speak seat right here on page, one seventy two the word for playground in Finnish is liking Kenta. Well, well, I think actually most Finns speak pretty good English. We're going to need some cabin. Jyrki next Helsinki. Do you think this is really a good idea? I rise. We're flying a carrier pigeon to Finland of course. This is not a good idea ready here. We. Got those ice gains Reggie talents. Never knew knows. We're gonna come in handy. Much on the ground over here. I should've ordered some of those customs skates for my posterior, Jerry. You're you mean, you're. Glued is Maximus. Your. What about your? Yes. Yes. Yes. Been the I didn't ask for a human the Sorus. But. Poop, but Duncan dunk. Why what? Well, you better hop off your caboose, Mr. because we have arrived in the capital of Finland and time wasting defined a school. Okay. But where are we going to find a? Oh. Well. How holies his Mindy? They're playing outside in the middle of this cold weather, and no one seems to mind the cold. Of course, they don't I rise. It's time. You know, it doesn't look all that different from recess in America. Many just a bunch of kids playing on the monkey bars and running around blowing off some Steve speaking steam get us hot muggy hot cocoa right now. No many. This is exactly what a lot of researchers have observed kids running around in snow suits on Helsinki playground. Yes. Because they wanted to see if kids in Finland concentrate better than kids in other countries with less recess. What did they will? They found that in schools for kids have more time for free play, you know, to explore the playground to run around to daydream the actually focused better when they got back to class. Yeah. They had some time to get their Yahoo is out clear the rains, all in fact, two years ago a few schools in Texas, including equal mountain elementary school in four worth started. To give kids more breaks more time for recess. Doing in Midland guy. Roz? Well, reggie. Spurs. Well, we don't really need to go to Texas me. We can just right up our notes back at the lab at at my house. Change of plans. We're heading back to the lab. Hype on Geyer is better strip in because. Working with Reggie on softer landings tried it Reggie was to over schedule. I mean between Spanish lessons tests club and taekwondo and swimming and Chilean barely even had time to just stop and smell the roses in anyway. I don't even think colleges look at all that extracurricular stuff anyways. So it's really meant that you had rich taekwondo, we tried it all taekwondo karate. But let me tell you this pigeon. Couldn't even do the rain, and he never really got into that whole wax on wax off things. Yeah. Okay. Well, what will anyway now that we're back in the lab. Let me compare our observations from that school in Helsinki with a study that was done by the American Academy of pediatrics he mean that St. GIS group of doctors that looks after kids. Yep. Pediatricians and the. And the academy of pediatrics does lots of research on things that are helpful for kids like giving them more recess. Yes. In fact, many in a study published by the academy, the pediatricians wrote that recess time is crucial for kids, and that it provides cognitive emotional social and physical benefits hot knitted benefit. Yes. So good for the brain and good for learning and emotional benefits. Yeah. Good at helping kids. Stay happy and grounded in social benefit. Yeah. Good at helping kids. Learn how to get along with other kids. Okay. Got it. And you also said physical benefit. Yup. Good at helping kids. Stay healthy and strong. That sounds like an open and shut case Sherlock. And which really cool is that other schools in Texas are watching eagle mountain elementary school to see the effects of more recess on the kids. Well. While you were taking notes in Finland. I put together the perfect plan for school here, take let's see here. Bill rings recess snack. Then platinum discussion on the science of recess and some more recess than a Matt study on the average time it takes to get from the classroom to the ground, then another recess break them lunch. Mindy? I'm I'm not sure the American Academy of pediatrics white had this in mind. Well, I just thought I would make some of my own scientific recommendations. Well, this sounds like like a plan come on. Let's get some hot cocoa towns. But first let me just Coleraine kick this bouncy ball into Mr. Mia backyard. What? In the world will be right back. Grownups. This message is for you. Support for this podcast comes from the William T grant foundation at W T. Grant foundation dot org. Support also comes from the Condado fund, supporting individual dignity and sustainable communities through investments in transformative leaders, and ideas. Learn more at K E N D E D A fund dot org. Hey, it's muddy ain't wholesome host of NPR's. Let the USA the podcasts that takes you inside the Latino conversation each week. We'll take you into one story that will fascinate an often surprise you. Listen to let USA on the NPR one app or wherever you isn't a podcasts. That's to the show. Hi, what's your name? Hi felix. And I'm ten years old Felix. We just learned that recess is really important for kids to be able to learn do you agree with that. Well, first of all school does TQ pretty cool things like. Fractions and stuff like that fractions or the coolest. Yeah. We just learn them to Felix if recess is so good for kids. Do you think recess would also be good for prone ups? Yes. What if you were in charge of teaching recess to grownups Kevin break, stretching your legs, maybe going to get some one? Sure mcshea for Mindanao. And what if they had a field just like at school, and they had to go outside and play in it together would have soccer teams football teams or banana tech. I don't know what's banana tag the game. Like, everyone's it. But wait a minute if everyone's it then who's doing the twos being tacked, everyone should if people tag each other at the same time than you have to Rochambeau. What's that rock, paper, scissors? Who do you think would be better at recess kids or grownups probably kids? How do you be a kid your professional kid? How long have you been a kid for ten and a half years? So as an expert kid, do you have any words of advice for grownups on how to be a kid so how to be kit kit. First of all, I'm not a perfect kid. So I look to argue with my parents sometimes, but it never gets you anywhere. So I wouldn't really do that. So good word of advice is think of things that would be fun to play with your friends in then talk to them. And if they wanna do it. That's great step number two kit walked to Legos, build them. And you have to read Harry Potter star. Whatever one's best for. But has to be awesome. And if you had to give grownups one word of advice for regular recess. What would it be have fun and be nice, no fights Felix? It was really fun talking with you today. He sound like a recess expert. And. Pay things so much for listening to in the world this week. And parents if you want to continue the conversation with your kids, we've posted some questions about this episode in our website how in the world dot com. And while you're there, you can find links to some of the sources we use to tell her stories this week. Also, we love hearing from you. You can write us at. Hello. Wow. In the world dot com. Our show is produced by jet. Anderson. Say Hello jed our theme song. How in the world was written and performed by the pop ups. Check them out at the pop up Stott com special. Thanks to merited Halpern, rancher Jessica body Chelsea Erzen and Alex early for helping to make this show possible and big chat tended to half year old professional kid Felix for being part of our show. Today Felix don't argue with your parents, also we love hearing what's been wowing. You. For a chance to be featured on an upcoming Thursday episode. Have your grownups help you share something that's recently? Wowed your world by dialing one eight eight eight seven. Wow. Well, thanks again for listening subscribing and telling your friends about our show will be back for a brand new Thursday edition. In the meantime, go forth and find your own. Wow. In the work. The world was mad Kinga cast and sent to you by N P R. Hey there. I'm Joshua Johnson. The host of one a there are lots of places to debate today's issues if you don't mind getting attacked for speaking your mind or asking simple question, but one a is different. You'll find the one a podcast on the NPR app or wherever you listen to podcasts.

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E33: Paloma, Glen Stewart Godwin, and Pamela Anne Phillips

Killer Cocktails

32:28 min | 2 years ago

E33: Paloma, Glen Stewart Godwin, and Pamela Anne Phillips

"Hey, guys. You are listening to kill her cocktails where the drinks are stiff, but the bodies are stiffer. This is a casual true crime podcast where two friends get drunk and talk about gruesome murders each week. We pick different drink whose name or ingredients set the tone for our stories. Hello and welcome to kill cocktails. This week's episode is the Paloma Dreyer had you ever heard of the Paloma before this episode. No, not at all. I don't think I am up on the grapefruit drinks at all. I only know about the greyhound which is delicious. Okay. But otherwise, grapefruit electric, fruit Africa. I like some people think it is death. Livered I happen to love the flavor, salon tro. That's one of those. It's a there's no on the fence about grapefruit. Yeah. I don't think you have to be careful with your medications. Sometimes put of you what? Not this one cocktails not going to knock off your birth control. But if you're on the pill, be careful about large quantities of year is. Yeah. That's weird. So back to drink. I would say this is a Margarita with bubbles. Yeah. Because it's essentially you made them you've got to Keila, juice juice, and then grew toda-. Yeah. I mean, you can go old school, and you could do like grapefruit juice and the fresh lime juice and I went talion grapefruit soda 'cause I'm I'm 'cause you fancy fancy they're cheap. And only to do a lot of work. Are you excited about the bubbles when we were talking the bubbles had you? I was in it. I could do more bubbles. I think it's really refreshing. Yeah. When I was reading some of the different like innovations of so apparently, this is very popular in in Mexico. Okay. And they're saying that people will make it with rita's. But then up in the US typically, you're making it with squirt or oh Fresca. Yeah, he's leave. You can get it grapefruit Zota. So for the history of this drink, this is from taste cocktails dot com. Little is known about the historical origin of the Paloma. The most popular to Quila. Cocktail in Mexico. No way. What I? Yeah. You know, like everyone in America get super excited about a single two mile down in Mexico. It's not as an American is. Maybe the mortga Rita is a little bit of that. I don't really know some believe that the name after the this is named after LA Paloma, which means the dove. Oh, the popular folk song composed in the early eighteen sixty apparently there's this popular song called dove or Paloma which has now this cocktail named after it got it differs guide states. It was created by the legendary Don havi air Gallo, corona owner and bartender of Lucca Pia in tequila Mexico. Does awesome. So maybe this guy made it up. Maybe it's just a who knows? How would you describe the flavor? I I it just tastes great. Fru amd bubbles. And then at the very end, there's a hint of the tequila, and then you get your juice in there too. But yeah, overall super refreshing. No, this is good. Do you like it? I really like it the Al this again, there's some things were like putting place holders for when. It's summertime drinks that we can really enjoy. Yeah. And you found this Kochta actually we were like, oh, we haven't tequila drink and up with a drink. And then I said, well, what what what's our base what we want? And then you said we have to kill in a while. So you started looking to Keila tequila cocktails this pop right up printing. It's very popular. This was what's in here? According to various sources bartender. Evan Harrison was the first to introduce the Paloma to US audiences with a pamphlet popular cocktails of the Rio Grande referring to the region in Texas where mass grapefruit production has given the citrus. The title the pride of the Rio Grande valley. So despite the popularity of the Paloma in Mexico, the United States history of Americanizing mixing Mexican food and drink in the fact that the US outranks Mexico in grapefruit production by a half a million tons each year. That's easy. The cocktail has not enjoyed the same mainstream success north of the border. So even though we have Waymo grapefruits Toco, Mexico loves this drink, and it hasn't really caught on in America. And the same way that the Marguerita has you think it'd be like the farmers do cauliflower, the a, you know, it's good cauliflower pizza, and they do, you know, you just have to market. So what's happening is that the grapefruit lobbyists are not hitting the talented in the of in the sand. Like like other people to you know, what sexy this year? What's that grapefruits now? No, no. Where we talk about it with coconut coconuts, really hard. Oh, yeah. Coconut is the new what did you if she SuperFood now? Yeah, they like to use his term superfoods, which doesn't really mean anything. It's always the it's like kale. They said kale's SuperFood. Spinach is definitely in par with kale on the like nutrient level, so superfoods are in marketing someone who is not you've taken dietary. Like, I'm someone who very much learns about nutrition through the people that I talked to doctors I talked to or articles that pop up because they're having a they're trending and superfoods is something that definitely is a marketable. That's how you get fringe people that aren't in the know about dietary things to be like, this is a media healthy choice right now. When you look at packaging, you have to be really careful what is on the front label because it can be like, this is I heart healthy, they can put anything essentially on that front. There's nothing really dictating. You get back to the mandatory nutrition facts. Yeah. And that's why they'll be like this is only fifty calories per serving sizes one teaspoon. And here like on eating learn about serving size. We're loco. So yeah. Just be aware of what you are consuming. All right. So I think I think we kind of covered. Yeah. That's good enough. Yeah. I don't know. I still think Jim book is my go-to summer drink so far. I love the you. Discover favorite humor drink the gas. This is I'm super stoked, and I never had a book either. That was quite the surprise. I definitely will order at least one the summer. Yeah. If not radar because if you like I was super Gimblett that feel like they're too sugary. They are. Yeah. I agree with you. Yeah. Now, especially where we talked about this game episode where how they make it where you get it. If they're just doing Rose's lime juice that's super sugary. If you're making a fresh one. Then it's just a little bit. Simple syrup. Right lime. Simple. Yeah. It's hard the sugar book, I'm afraid of still Rita. So like sugar so bad. It's everywhere. They put it in bread. They put it in every everything. Okay. So I'm going to jump right into my worder. I'm gonna tell you about Glen Stewart Godwin. Glen, Stewart Godwin solid name. Glen Stewart Godwin was born on June twenty six nineteen fifty eight. And besides that I couldn't find anything else about his childhood. He had a child he he was a who's a little person. And then he was big. And now, he's big, you know, who else he shares similarities with menu. We were all located. Oh, wow. The money magazine thing again. No what I meant was saying someone who you know, when they were born. But then they kind of have these lost years, and they reemerges Jesus. No, one knows anything about teen is okay. Okay. Weird. Famously nothing. His child at her teenage years like. Famous. Reverend area. That's right. Drew got one in our got one down formed eight Jamie, nothing more eight or nine than I am. She's done a dual wedding or no no ministership to people ask me at the same time. But their weddings were another person. We're both minister. That's true. Yeah. That was the most recent one thousand was recent one. Yeah. Tag team style. And I was not the one that said the wrong name. Hey, the other person's of their name. It was really cool like funny though, because the groom and his best friend or like Burton Ernie pair like. When the when the bride came into the picture, everyone was like how's this gonna flow Bernie? And so you say they're Nate like their names, just roll off your tongue together. So any was welcoming everyone to the wedding. He said the two dudes. Okay. That's all. It was a really great ice. Everyone's gonna know like they're nervous. They're like it was a really great icebreaker couple. It's very much in their line of thinking. It's hilarious. That's awesome. I love that. And then I like that. I wasn't nervous about doing because I was super nervous. I was going to do that you already been done. So don't know about a childhood. So we're going to just jump right into adult life. Okay. So it's nineteen eighty England is living in pumps pumps brings California. He's working as a self employed tool salesman, a mechanic in a construction worker. So he is on the grind he's out there doing the hustle. He's doing that thing. He has no criminal history. Thus far will we don't know anything about them. That is true. Nothing of significant rent. But then Glenn and his roommate. Frank, Soto junior decide to rob an old friend named Kim Robert lavallee who is drug dealer and pilot. I'm assuming Kim is male. But I can't be sure. Juerg dealer pilot. So Glenn in Frank Lur, Kim back to their condominium where Frank attacks Kim and hold them down while Glenn punches and kicks him. So just remind us a real zero to sixty moment. Yeah. They were just supposed to go and rob him. And now it's going to go past sixty Glendon attempts to strangle him, but then ends up grabbing a butcher knife and stabs Kim twenty six times. So this isn't like he was struggling with you, and you choke him because he was fighting back, and you this is an escalation. Yeah. And then like the guy who went with him Frank leader say like he had never seen the site of Glen. And he just like would you went maniac and he was scared of him. Yeah. So after the murder, Glenn and Frank Lloyd Kim's body into a truck and set off for the desert Glendon decides to house or an apartment building or. Yeah. If you're that other it's hard to thin eighties. Yeah. Like. While he stabbing him when you like peace outlive runway. You're in it now, though, I mean, if I straight up run to the cops like sorry. Yes. I was going to like, rob, rob like there's this whole like you feel like you're already in this deep you might as well keep going, and that's for somebody's not psychotic. That's just in the moment thinking, I mean, like did you ever see alpha dog and true story? I mean things kinda and obviously didn't escalate to that extent. Like, I think they probably went over there to rob. It didn't go. Well, then Frank hold down. You know, one thing. Let's leads to another. Yeah. Just watching someone gets twenty six times and not having any part like I would just want to get out of the situation away. Yeah. I'm a tattletale. We also don't offerings background. He might have. That's true you probation, and you might not be tattletale. So after the murder Glennon Frank load Kim's body into a truck and set off the desert Glendon decides the best way to get rid of the evidence is to strap a homemade explosive device to Kim's body. And so. They blow up him in the truck and the truck. Yeah. They just leave the track there like leaving everything there. I think out with two cars, I feel like there's gonna be some evidence left. Yeah. By involving the truck. Yeah. I you'll. Yeah. I would think blowing the body up would be more successful Tiriac story about when the when the whale washed up. Oh exploded or and they were like just blow it up in plumber like. And like damaged on. You'll listen this is the peach, but it was like a bug state beach. It was a of a weird. I know look. Beach california. But I don't know whoever was like dynamite. Let's do it. And it destroyed so much stuff and smell. It was the worst idea. This is the thing some new came up with the idea. Cool. He's crazy. Some other dude in charge was like, yes, people do it. What reason for an explosion to it? I'm into it. Okay. So they blow up everything. So on August. Third nineteen eighty so little bit time goes past eagle mountain residents were out in the desert when they find the charter Maine's of the pickup, truck and Kim's body. Oh, later police identified the body and charged Glenn with first degree murder. So pretty quickly out Kiat him. Yeah. Although Frank testified against Glenn Frank with sense to twenty five years to life in prison for the murder in nineteen eighty two. So that time earlier point Frank would have gotten in far less trouble. If he'd run away in squealed immediately. Yeah. Yeah. Exactly, see something safe. I'm than Glenn with sense for the murder and robbery to twenty six years to life in prison in nineteen eighty three. But the story's not over how do you? Now. I told you short. Oh, I'm just kidding. It's not over. Yeah. That was very short. Where's the possess? Where's my tie? It's coming. What are we doing Paloma grapefruit drink to Keila? Yes. Okay. Cool. I think I have. I think I have highlighted. I had doing that. Because I missed it on one of the episodes. You told me I knew what it was but podcast now. No, one said anything, you were pretty except my mom, you really until you do my mom texted me. And she's like great episode traded and say, hi. Hey kit my tie for Jin buck because emphasizing London you did. I mean, you said before it was at my case happened in Lebanon. So. Gotcha kit in buck was the other name for Jin Bach got there. Okay. So he's going to prison in nineteen eighty-seven Glenn attempts to escape during his incarceration at dual vocational institute in California, but us caught and they move them to fulsome state prison. Also, which is a maximum security prison. Glenn was like on the way to go. Okay. There you, but Glen was like, Nah, I gotta get outta here. So th authorities believe that Glenn's wife, Shelly rose Godwin helped smuggle in a hacksaw no way. Yes. Dude. Prison breaks are so fascinating to me. Yeah. I love weaken. All I'm not gonna interrupt your story completely. Yeah. When you're done. Can we talk about prison break? Yes. I love her like Alcatraz Ma all of it. All please continue cow made a good point though, because I was like cartoonish how are you giving heck saw in their music. You can just bring the blade like people have put it in books, and then they made much like they make shanks and stuff much like, yes. They're resourceful super. Yeah. I think the only person more resourceful than a prison inmate is of pothead trying to make away to smoke weed. Yeah. Yeah. No. You gotta get them creativity. Okay. So she's bringing hacksaw she's also bringing in other tools, and so his former cellmate in dwell Laurenz Karlic helped change Glenn security destination while he's in prison which allowed Glen to work in a part of the prison. He wasn't supposed to because it was an older area with looser security. So I don't I'm not quite sure. Maximum he's in a minimum security prison or like a rehabilitative prison or something right now. He's in Folsom state prison. Oh, when he got to fulsome, these new ES is nation. Scape? They like Senator fulsome. They're like you're pissing us off. I get and then somehow reds who was his old cellmate was able to pay off guard or cook the book somehow get him, the detailed security that was not strict, okay. So on June fifth nineteen eighty seven which is just five months after getting their Glenn cuts a hole through security bars inside a wall walled prison yard. And then crawls one thousand feet inside a storm drain the empties into the mayor can Rimmer do you know that sounds like sounds like Shashank, redemption straight up. I'll only Andy girl through shit. Yeah. I love it. Yeah. Dude. And you're like full there's thoroughfares through there. You got major highways. Interesting. And then just let you know Shawshank Redemption was made in nineteen ninety four. I couldn't find any legit connection. But they had to have taken it from this. Because it's the same exact story. Now, he didn't go through another set of bars that has already been cut like going into the river. And he finds a raft waiting for him outside. Glenn? Then floats down the river falling painted arrows on rocks that directed to his getaway car who set this up for. I'm in his wife, and then his XL mate early helping him. Wow. Yeah. Glen is one of the few people to ever escape from fulsome in its one hundred thirty nine years of being a prison. He was a he at the time. He was the third person to successfully escape. So in June of nineteen eighty seven Laurenz was arrested in California and convicted for aiding Glenn escape in January of nineteen eighty eight Shelly Godwin, his wife was classified as a federal fugitive for her role in her husband's escape, and she was captured by the FBI in Dallas, Texas on. Nope. On February seventh nineteen ninety. All right. So where is he now? Well, here we go. So Glenn flees to Mexico, there's matai oh, Mexico, very popular drink in Mexico. Yes, where he gets wrapped up in the drug trade and his caught smuggling cocaine. He's in arrested and later convicted for drug trafficking in in and around Mexico and since his seven years and six months implanted 'Grande prison in nineteen Ninety-one while American authorities were working on Glenn's extradition. Glenn allegedly kills a member of Mexican cartel in prison lended up the new murder allegation. Delayed his extradition which gave Glenn more time to q another escape. He's an escape. He was gonna skate with gate which occurred in September of nineteen ninety one. Now, they think that he had made friends with some cartel in exchange for killing the guy in prison. Yeah. They helped him escape Aaliyah. But this is this is. Yeah. This is unsure since that fish report was never given to American authorities. Yeah. They're like, I don't know. What happened? He's gone though, you pay people. Yup. So Glenn was reportedly seen once in California in nineteen ninety seven but managed to allude the F B I which had placed him on its on its most wanted list of fugitives the year before interesting. So Glenn remain on the most wanted list for two decades until he was replaced with another top target despite never being caught which is actually became smaller potatoes. Yeah. Exactly. So is actually super rare for people to get removed unless. They are captured they die or all the charges are dropped. There's only been nine cases in which the FBI have removed people because they deemed them, particularly the that. They're no longer particularly dangerous to society. Another side of the side note. I thought it was interesting because I didn't know how the most wanted list came about. Yeah. So the FBI most wanted list was created after reporter for the international news service approached the FBI about reading a story about the quote quote toughest, guys they were looking for the FBI supply the ten toughest. And the story was hit that of so because giving exposure to yet works for me. And so j Edgar Hoover created the ten most wanted fugitives program on March fourteenth nineteen fifty older than I thought that was super cool. Yeah. So Glenn is now sixty one years old in his currently believed to be involved in drug trafficking and travels between San Francisco, Mexico central and South America. He uses aliases such as Dennis herald, Mick Williams, Nigel Lopez and McGill Qura. He is considered to be armed and dangerous. Extremely dangerous in an obvious flight risk. The FBI was offering. Reward of up to one hundred thousand dollars for information leading to glens capture, but a actually checked the website today, and it's been reduced. It's now twenty thousand dollars. But yeah, he is still at large. I would say go checkout FBI's most wanted list kind of them through those guys go check out Glenn. But yeah, it's crazy. So. I would think the reason he's on the most wanted list is the break out of prison stuff. Yeah. The the killing one got people get murdered all the time. And it's sad. Terrible shouldn't happen. But it isn't it up on the list that so this is thumbing your nose. It already sneaking out of places when you shouldn't be having it also he's now part of a cartel. So I think also really part of it. And he is he knows Spanish really while English Willie while he they were talking about how he's like always been super vain about his appearance. Oh, they're gonna like he's gonna be fit looking. He's gonna be. We'll dress. But yeah, he's club announcing Francisco. Yeah. Actually, they have had some sightings out there. Interesting. Wow. Yes. I like it. Yeah. I love it it involved a prison break. Yeah. We'll because I was talking to Kyle. And he's like, oh, yeah. I know that guy. How do you knew the guy? He's like, oh, I used to check the most wanted list all the time, and he up there forever. Like, you're the new Kyle. Funny. Yeah. Yeah. That was Glenn. I get. Yeah. We're gonna take a short break, but will be right back with Jackie's murder. Welcome back. Gonna tell you about. Okay. So there's this guy. Gary Lee, Triano k T R. I A NO Citron. Oh, who's born November six nineteen forty three old ones. He's a millionaire millionaire real estate developer from Tucson, Arizona. He had just come home from golfing at the LA Paloma a country club in the Catalina foothills. Okay, gets into his Lincoln towncar. This is in November of nineteen ninety six and he is killed by a pipe bomb. Where at the LA Paloma country club. Okay in the Catalina foothills. What like everybody dies just him. Just him his Lincoln towncar blew up in a pipe bomb, it mob style who that's kind of where everyone's heads go. Yeah. They think it's Pitt. So labout, Gary he spent most of his life in Tucson, Arizona. He graduated from rink Rincon high school earned his degree in accounting from university of Arizona. He attended university of yours on his law school like he's an Zona guy. He'd been married twice. So the first wife she was need Mary crown than they had two kids together. And then he married his second wife, Pamela Phillips. They were married on October fourth nineteen Eighty-six in San Diego and Pamela have to kiss to two kids from a prior marriage and then gearing Pamela have two kids Trevor in Lois. Gary was very successful financially. So Pamela ended up so they were both in real estate. Stuff. Pamela, ends up quitting real estate job. So she's essentially just a socialite and in nineteen ninety three triana's he has massive debt and starts to pile up. So they've actually kind of separating divorce, then she's kind of doubt about it with the money, and when the money drying up now having all these financial issues, it's kinda like via. So at the time of the divorce Triano filed for chapter eleven bankruptcy. He claims forty million in debt G after several failed business dealings regarding Indian casinos. No. So his ex wife, Pamela, she moves to Aspen, Colorado. She takes her kids, and she continues like she gets back into commercial real estate. And she's over there doing that. It's then discovered that Pamela had taken out a two million dollar life insurance policy against Triano shortly before his death. Their divorce. The couple's two children were set as the beneficiaries of. She's opening it up in their names for their father. Does she do on herself to than? So that's paid out in nineteen ninety seven to Phillips and she's like the executor of their she gets stuff. So she gets the two million suicide Ronald young he's a small time criminal and he meets Pamela in Aspen, according to her he became her business advisor, this kind of small time criminal guys her business. Yeah. There's they have records of Phillips paying him sums of money throughout the nineties. So suddenly when all of this kind of comes to light later police have this theory that may be Phillips paid young to go knock off ex husband has this life insurance policy on them shortly before the bombing van rented by young was found abandoned in Yorba, Linda, California and inside the vehicle were documents pertaining to Phillips and trios divorce a map of Tucson, what an assault off shotgun. No, okay. So all of that kind of looks bad, and is a mess but nine years later so nine years after the murder on November nineteenth two thousand five and episode of America's most wanted profiles Ronald young. And this has nothing to any of that. It's about forgery Annabel's, embezzlement. Yes. But in the upper so the mentioned that he has his potential connection to this other crime. He's found two days later, they find him in Fort Lauderdale, Florida. He serves a ten month prison sentence for weapon possession in probably was on parole and stuff, and then he gets extradited back to Aspen for these charges that have to do with her so following his arrest. Investigators found phone records and Email correspondence between young and Phillips relating to triana's murders. There's like evidence because now they're looking at him and finding all this other stuff in two thousand eight he's charged with the murder of Gary Triano acquire. So although thirties tried to track her down in two thousand eight she flees after her indictment and the end up finding her in two thousand nine in Austria what? Yeah, how they find her. They're they're always that's creating. So then they have to have a extradition. Yeah. So then the she doesn't get protected until two thousand ten while this kinda takes awhile after a brief episode in two thousand eleven where they're saying she's not fit to stand trial. There's kind of arguments about her mental stuff. She's declared able to stand trial in two thousand twelve. So she's arrested for his murder, and she then out here. So she goes to trial and she keeps an innocent medicine. She's like pleaded with the judge she's talking to people in court, and they're not have it. She's like a mob hit. It wasn't with me. And they're not having it and she's found guilty mob. Would be connected through the casino has kind of just the way a pipe bomb car. Yeah. Kind of mob. I guess, but she's rotten imprison Oso they found guilty doubter guilty skills life in prison. No parole. Do they do they have harder evidence between besides those the Bank account? They have all the correspondent, they okay. And I'm pretty sure I don't know that they're Bennett anywhere. But I'm I would assume that young kind of flipped on her a little bit. Okay. Yeah. Would be my house. Yeah. If you're not getting paid by her anymore. You don't get to be with her anymore. What is the point? What's the point? Yeah. Give her up love. In love. They were. Yeah. That's for the husband. It does. Just I don't know. Just don't just don't blow people up for money. Yeah. Money money is the root of a lot of stuff. Yeah. Just shoes another one like not quite Dana's level your previous story. Yeah. But she kind of she wanted to be high falutin and have the nicest, thanks to million dollars isn't anything compared to like what obviously they were spending. Like, if they're forty million linguists crazy to me is like she was a successful real estate agent herself. Yeah. She can go. See this watch Abbad it. She could do it herself. I think maybe there's some spite in their termite. And then she's like, well, why not maybe she kinda like internally was like maybe this is from it's good for my kids on. It's good for me. And. Yeah. And there wasn't I'm guessing if in the divorce he's filing for chapter eleven bankruptcy. Like, he's probably pissed. She's not getting anything in the divorce. That's true. Yeah. And so if he's, you know broke. Doc on paper than killing him and having this way to get money out of a crazy way. But that's awful thing. One. Glad it's resolved. Yes. All tied up. Yeah. No waiting on the trials, the the typical Jackie special. No. That was awesome. That was Paloma Paloma Palomo golf course. Yeah. Again, these are tasty definitely make these and if you have any drinks lection 's just hit us up on Instagram this the best way to contact us. Just send us a little DM message. Thank guys. 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April 17, 2019: Hour 1

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April 17, 2019: Hour 1

"Support for here. And now comes from ember wave presenting this message ember wave, the revolutionary new personal thermostat ember. Wave is designed to make you comfortable in any environment. Learn more at ember wave dot com and use the code NPR to save fifty dollars at checkout from NPR and WB. You are I'm Robin young. I'm Jeremy Hobson it's here. And now as we await the release of the Muller report tomorrow, we're following other developments in Washington. President Trump use his veto pen for just the second time yesterday rejecting a resolution passed by congress to end US military system to Saudi Arabia for its war in Yemen. The US is providing billions of dollars in arms to the Saudi led coalition fighting Iran backed rebels in Yemen in his veto letter to the Senate, the president called the resolution and unnecessary dangerous attempt to weaken his constitutional authority the resolution did not have enough support to override the president's veto. Although it did have some Republican support joy. Joining us now is Senator Chris Murphy democrat from Connecticut. He's a member of the Senate Foreign Relations committee. Senator welcome thanks for having me and first of all your reaction to the president's veto of the Yemen resolution. Very disappointing. Not surprising the administration's been pushing hard against this resolution for over a year. And of course, if the administration wanted to get out of the war in Yemen, they do it on their own. The problem is this is a human rights catastrophe in Yemen, ten thousand civilians have been killed by this bombing campaign eighty five thousand children under the age of five have died of starvation and disease, and compounding, the misery is the way in which the Saudis are now targeting dissidents and political activists some of them US residents citizens and locking them up and potentially torturing them. It's time for us to get out of this Saudi led coalition. I was glad that Republicans and Democrats joined. Gather to pass this resolution. The first time we have ever used the War Powers Act to call for the US withdrawal from your or abroad, and I'm disappointed. But as I said not shocked that the president is veto it. I I assume that they're you're you're referencing Jamal kashogi, the journalist the US resident who was killed in the Saudi consulate last October. How much of your vote for this resolution was about kashogi? None of my vote is about Kashoggi's because I think independently the United States remaining part of a coalition inside Yemen is a national security disaster. This is a war that as I said has led to a humanitarian catastrophe has allowed for Al Qaeda and to get stronger inside Yemen. The United States has no security reason to be part of this coalition, but others voted for our resolution to get out of the Yemen. Civil. War as a message to the Saudis, relative to the murder of Jamaica Shoji, and the the the imprisonment of several other Americans who hold joint Saudi and American citizenship. And so there is a general unrest in congress about the fact that Ed ministration refuses to deliver any consequences to the Saudis for the way in which they are behaving and this resolution for some I think with intended to be that message. Now, we'll have to go back to the drawing board after the veto. Meanwhile, doesn't congress have War Powers? Why why can't congress decide when the US gets involved in conflicts overseas? Congress does in fact have the responsibility decide when the United States goes to war, but there's a long history of the executive branch moving forward with military action without congressional authorization, but you still need enough members of congress to override a presidential veto to restrain. That military activity. Of course, elections are the other way that you can check a president who's engaged on authorized military activity, and I have a feeling that the Yemen war as it grows in in its public profile will become a bigger issue heading into the twenty twenty election. Finally, Senator twenty four hours from now, we're all going to be talking about the Muller report. Once it is finally released. What are your expectations? Do you think that it is just going to be redacted from beginning to end, or do you think your we're gonna learn something from it? I asked me twenty four hours. I mean, I guess my expectations are low in germs. How much information is going to be released to congress? It's ridiculous that we're even talking about reductions when it comes to the report that's released to the congress. I have top secret clearance. I every single other members of congress have the ability to see both classified and unclassified information. And the idea that the attorney general is going to withhold certain pertinent information from members of congress who have the duty to decide whether there have to be consequences for the executive if they violated the law is repugnant. I understand that the version released to the public, and they have to have some reactions to protect sources and methods. But I am going to be upset if there is one single right action in the report delivered to congress. And of course, we are all expecting that to be a case that Senator Chris Murphy, democrat of Connecticut, Senator thank you for. Appreciate it. Let's Paris now thirty employees working at Notre Dame cathedral before Monday's fire have been interviewed. According to the Paris prosecutor who says there's no evidence the fire was intentionally set. So we await investigations, but meanwhile, we were struck as we watched people watch the flames how few were watching through recording cellphones as if they needed to see with their own is one person who did watch through lens was seasoned war-fatigued offer, my the dome white who also covered the terrorist attacks in Paris in two thousand fifteen she sent us some powerful pictures. You can see them at here now dot org. She joins us from Paris. And Maya you have seen so much through your lens. What were you thinking? While you watch Notre Dom. Oh, I wasn't thinking. I never think Robin in a in a case like this as a photographer you can't allow yourself to feel or have any emotion. All you're looking at is the picture, and this is. Away for war photographers to be able to cover this. You cannot allow yourself to think we're looking at some of the pictures now Notre Dame it self is almost sepia toned. It looks like it's from a different time. But with the flames and the the light the flames are throwing it's almost like blood has been thrown across the building. And then in some of the pictures, you have almost like white laser beams. What's that will? That's the water. Should it's true. The Wolter in these white leaser. It's exactly what I saw on. I'm glad you're seeing it as well. But especially the picture where you see the water hoses crossing each other. It really reminded me of something symbolic of church these cross and the red sepia tone seems completely unreal. I think if we had seen this in a movie, we wouldn't have believed. It's you turn around two. And we see the faces of the. People gathered in some pictures. They're singing hymns, we know they gathered to sing hymns talk. What you saw in those faces while those people are really watching an event this heart-wrenching to them. And although I cannot allow myself to feel they can they was a very strong shinning of unity of solidarity pretty much like after Shirley, though, people gathered together the didn't know each other necessarily what what strikes me is that a lot of these who are singing our young people. And this is a face of friends that you don't see unless you go to church because the Christians are not very visible in daily life. And and then they were witnessing disaster. Among all the French residents. We all are affected by this clearly, well, you mentioned Paris attacks. And we thinking how much you've seen through your lens? This is the cafe in stadium. Attacks in two thousand fifteen and at that time, you would charge under French criminal law for photo that you took France has much tighter restrictions on photographs French criminal law forbids, the publication of photographs of survivors of crimes or terrorist acts without their permission in your case. You took an incredibly powerful photo of a victim who said had passed all the charges against you were dismissed, but not before a trial who's very painful time. But to us we were thinking, you know, Charlie updo, the Paris attacks, you you're a war photographer, and yet you've seen through your lens so much on the streets of Paris. Yes. Exactly. It's true that I have photographs. So a lot of conflicts lot of disasters. It's true that when I came back to pay I came back for more sheltered life. And it seems that the conflict has followed me and disaster have fallen me. And I. Never expected it. But I am trained to cover these kind of situation to the point that I did Joel that cost me months of trial. And although I was the charges were dismissed it. It's a trail that deeply hurt me. But I did nothing wrong. I did my job. And I did my job like I do it anywhere in the world. I didn't pay too. And maybe Parisiens have a better sense of their right to their image sometime. They have an two cents of the right to the image. But I believe that everybody had a sense of the drama that was unfolding before with nothing done burning. Did you have a sense? I am photographing history. Of course. And I was talking to neighbors. What's the day today? We have to remember that date April fifteen two thousand nineteen these at date that will Mark history for us in France, maybe in the world as well. Well, April fifteenth is a day that has a lot of resonance here Wolfson. It was the marathon bombing many other events on the fifteenth. That's Parisian news. Tiger for my Vitton. White will have many of her dramatic photographs at here now dot org as Notre Dom was burning my. Thank you so much for speaking with us. Thank you very much. This is here now. The musical Haiti's town officially opens today on Broadway. It's retelling of the Greek myth of Orpheus ritzy. Orpheus a young dreamer and songwriter. Your it ac- his muse who captured the attention of Haiti's brings her into the underworld. Orpheus follows your at ac- down to rescue her. The book lyrics and music Haiti sound or by singer songwriter a nest Mitchell it's directed by. Rachel chavan. I saw it last year in London before the cast picked up and headed for. Join now by some of the cast members of Haiti's town Patrick page who plays Haiti's, welcome. All right. Thanks and read Cardi who plays Orpheus high Reeve. Hi, jerry. And Eva nobles AGA who plays Eurydice welcome to you as well. Thank you for having us. And I want to start just by asking you because so much of this show involves the music of the show which was written by an AS Mitchell. How you feel about sort of taking this old tail and and making it new with with this music, and I'll I'll open it up to any of you to talk about that. I think the great thing. But Greek tragedies they exist to teach us about ourselves. And so our show had places it in an undetermined time within sort of a club setting. So it feels like it does have a timeless element. But in a different way than they Greek miss, it feels new because of the songs, but you're right. It's it's undetermined, maybe depression, maybe even earlier than that. Yeah. And the music from me was the thing that attracted me to the project to begin with it was unlike anything I'd heard on Broadway before more like things, I listened to it home like Leonard Cohen, Tom waits. Jeff, Buckley, Joni Mitchell, it had a sound that just hooked me in and songs that I wanted to sing and songs that I wanted to listen to I tell everybody that my dirty little secret about the show is that. Although I've now been involved with this show for a period of three years and performed it many times. And rehearsed it, many many many many times I will still when I go to the gym put on a song from the show to work out because I liked the music that much even what about you. What attracted you to this show? I think the fact that it the music is very expressive. So no matter who's listening to it and with their musical background that than when they were growing up or what influences them most. The music is kind of a free for all you take. What you get. And you let it wash over you. And it's such an experience for the singers and performance as well. It sounds different to me every night. So it's hugely fresh every single night. I was going to wait to ask you about this Patrick. But since people have just heard your voice, we have to talk on how low it goes in a show. I mean, it's just when you speak. It is this deep voice, unlike any other, but in the show, you have to sing very very. Hey little song or give me a Saul busy may not gain stale. Yeah. Wrote this crazy role which is the king of the underworld. And you know, it is truly we call it. Sometimes a folk opera, and I'm never sure exactly what that means. But in terms of the way it stretches the singers Boyce's, you know, I don't have to do a whole lot to embody the king of the underworld because NASA has already done that with where she's written the role. So he sings in a way that you don't normally hear someone saying on stage. And that tells you right off the bat. Oh, he's he's supernatural. He's not a human being. And in a way, she's done the same thing with Orpheus Reeve has to sing these airy high Diculeng high knows? It's actually really exciting for me to be involved in a theatrical project that allows you to use those parts of your range because it is quite unusual on both the low end Anaheim for Patrick, and I, but it's it's it's great because I grew up listening to a lot of female singers, and Bobby mcferrin was a huge influence on me. And so for me, I it's quite it's awesome to have a chance to mess with that on stage, and if the ethical sitting, well, the other thing is it really brings forward the idea that your character with those high notes sort of the idealist, and you Patrick are are kind of the realist, you're you're down on the ground. Old opera tradition of base being the heavy imitator being the hero. You know? And it's and yet completely modern in this context that word modern Eva, how do you take a character like yours sort of scrappy and make it modern and relatable? It's wrapping up modern. Well, in the original myth, your energy doesn't really have a voice she kind of just waifs around. And then goes back down underground. And I think what's incredible. Is that with the people the creative on the team? They've really allowed me to express it in a way that she is very scrappy and punky and she's a survivor, but she also uses her instincts to make certain choices without giving too much away. And there's also a beautiful love story. And that's also I think as modern as you can get with portraying falling in love everyone can relate to that. So yeah, I just it was nice to give her a voice and for her not to be victimized in this play. No, you're doing this show in the United States at a time. When obviously we've been hearing a lot about building the wall. President Trump talking about building the wall in your show, which was written before President Trump started saying that you. Patrick, your character has people building a wall. And there's a song about it. Oh, the wall. Keep three children. Feel. All of us. Yeah. I mean, in addition to being an extraordinary, poet, lyricist and composer, it seems that an as is a bit of a prophet, right? And she's taken this idea of wall and a wall that can never be finished which must always be worked on and put it into the show. But she said once you know, that any similarity between that wall and any current wall being built or or pretending to be built in the United States is purely archetypal, but there's gonna be a reaction in this country that is going to be probably different even than than overseas. Just because of the the conversation that's going on right now, it is different. But anytime you have someone who's trying to hold onto power, which is what my character is doing even trying at. That moment to build up his own sense of himself its own sense of power because his relationship is threatened with his marriage, a political things come from personal things. So he's feeling threatened in his personal life. He goes out on a holds a rally in which he gets everyone to chant about building a wall. What about the politics of it? Well, I think I agree with Patrick, I think that the physical walls, we tend to create as humans tend to stem from emotional walls things walls that we build against intimacy, and togetherness unity all those things. I mean, there's so many walls, you can build that prevent you from feeling something. That's that's where I think it starts in our show deals with those things. I mean, you know, love fear hope trust doubt and the world now is so complex and moving so fast. And so scary that it's not surprising to me that people would want to think. Oh, well, there's a solution. Will simply build this barrier. And we'll keep all of the good people inside. And we'll put all of the bad people on the outside. And we'll be safe. That's that's what Haiti's is appealing to. Hey, these appealing to everybody's desire in particular Eurydice desire to feel safe and comfortable at the expense of feeling loved feeling creative in feeling free. She can have one or the other at least that's the bargain that I offer her until Orpheus shows are that necessarily. It's not like that. You can you can perhaps choose love, and creativity and freedom, and you can still have some sense of security. I want to just ask each of you finally what it is like to do this show night after night after night after night for so long. Oh, it's great. You. Discover new things every day. Don't you think? Yeah. You certainly do. And I mean, we we were very lucky that with the company we get to keep with amber gray, Andre de shields. And our team, you know, a NAS Rachel chaff kin who really is. You know, a genius the energy that the audience is now giving us this is my fifteenth Broadway show, and I have never ever seen any reaction like this from an audio. What do you mean it's like being at a rock concert? It's like being when I would go see Bano engine you to, you know, the the energy that the audience is feeding to the stage the energy we have three four five hundred people waiting for us at the stage door when we come out because they don't want the experience to end they want to have just a little more contact with the people that I saw on the stage. So I know something very specialist happening that has Patrick page. We've also been speaking with Reeve Carney and Eva nobles zodda. They are all in the musical. Haiti's town, which is on Broadway at the Walter Kirk theatre. Thank you so much to all of you for joining us. So. Anyway, and you can find out more information about the show at here. Now. Step in. Suitcase full of some seventy. This message comes from here. And now sponsor ember. Wave ember wave the revolutionary personal thermostat. That is designed to help you feel cooler or warmer at the press of a button ember wave can put you in control in places like you're freezing office uncomfortable. Airplanes restaurants, trains, cafes and more named one of time magazine's best inventions of Twenty-eight teen. Learn more at ember wave dot com and use code NPR to save fifty dollars checkout ember wave control your comfort. And let's check in Colorado where public schools are closed in. A man hunt is on after the FBI announce last night that eighteen year old soul. Pisces flew for Miami to Denver on Monday immediately. But a pump action shotgun. They say she is infatuated with the nineteen ninety nine Columbine shooting and is on the loose the twenty th anniversary of that shooting in which twelve students and a teacher died is Saturday. Jenny Brune dean is a reporter at Colorado public radio, Jenny. How did this teenager get on law enforcement's radar? Yes. At a press conference last night. It turns out that law enforcement in Miami had been on this case, we don't really know much more about how she came to their attention. But they let the law enforcement here in Colorado. No yesterday morning that Seoul pice was in town and should be considered a credible threat. And that's when law enforcement here took over. We're also reading that her parents reported her missing on Monday, she didn't come back Sunday night. And when the Denver post called their home and if agent answered there, so obviously concern in Miami. But that also raises the question, Colorado, we understand has some tougher gun laws after both Columbine and the Aurora theater shooting. If there was concern about her in Miami. How is she able to buy a pump action shotgun and munition as soon as she landed. Well, she's eighteen years old. She's of age she's not on the radar of anybody in. Terms of having any felony convictions. Her dad, I guess was quoted as saying she has a mental health problem. But that doesn't appear to be anywhere in the system as of yet Colorado just passed a red flag law just this week in fact, so yeah, she she's legally able to buy a weapon interesting of a red flag law. So somebody police can take the gun away from someone if it's a thought that they might harm themselves or others. And we also know Columbine high has now one of the most fist keta security systems in the country, but it's still close along with many other school systems. What's the sense there of security? Yeah. About thirty school districts are closed today. Some of them quite off the Denver metro area. In fact, so they're putting an excessive precaution. But Jefferson County in which Columbine is located has probably one of the most sophisticated high alert systems for responding to threats and threats probably listeners would be surprised to know how common they are across the country for exa-. Apple safe to tell which is an anonymous reporting service were teenagers to report threats last year loan sixteen thousand tips twenty seven hundred for suicide attempts sixteen hundred bullying and six hundred ninety two or for planned school attacks. That's in Colorado alone. You know, we heard about that safe to tell line from the former principal of Columbine highschool. Frankie Angeles will link to an interview with him at here now dot org. But when we spoke to him, you know, he has PTSD so many of the adult children that were in the school during the shooting. Have it? What is the mood in the city? Now knowing that there's an armed young lady who has a fascination with shooting. Well, I think it's safe to say there's an anxious mood. Columbine started receiving heightened interest in their school kind of disturbing fascination with Columbine upwards of a month ago with up to twenty people a day visiting. Outside the school wanting to take pictures of the school. And so I would say parents are quite nervous and anxious. Well, yeah, that's disturbing to hear a head of the nursery Jenny Brune dean -education reporter for Colorado public radio. Thank you so much. Thank you. Early spring snowstorms mean that many ski resorts in the mountain west are still open and some plan to be into next month in Colorado alone, more than seven million people will have hit the slopes this season. And there will probably be injuries every day. Now, you might wanna know how many injuries or where they happen. But as an investigation by Michael Deo, Anna at member station K U N C in Greeley, Colorado found resorts don't share information about all their injuries. And that means people can't gauge their risks from resort to resort. I met Jacob keepings house in Castle Rock south of Denver. Was like. Like, I found the twelve year old through some of the few incident reports the state requires on ski related injuries your but was not on in your holding onto the back to that year. Stay. Last February keeping fell out of a chairlift on his first ever ski trip. He says he never got seated right? And the lift just kept going up the slope. And so you're holding on what were you thinking all time? Well, I most of the time was I will I may get he was taking a class of the grand be rant resort and western Colorado. Another kid about his age was also in the chair trying to help him telling him to hang on. I was yelling top of my lunch. He was hoping someone would hear him and stop the lift. And I thought I was dead. Not dead by was going to die. Jacob has never told his story before turns out. It's a familiar one nine year old boy was taken to the hospital after falling thirty one feet mature lift at the Aspen highlands ski resort over the week. That's another boy who is hospitalized after falling earlier this year. Also this year a six year old girl fell from a chair lift at the door or resort near boulder. Leading a group of moms there to demand safety improvements. The resort said it's reviewing its policies calling such incidents extremely rare. But the company's response set mom Lee, Fisk, thank you for your feedback. We basically stand by our public statement that says we're reviewing all of our policy is and this was rare. But the problem with that, of course, is we don't know how rare was 'cause we can't get the data to find out. Just how many of these incidents take place on Colorado's slopes K when she filed a freedom of information request with the state's passenger tramway Safety Board. We. Learned that seventy four people slipped or fell out of chairlifts between twenty thirteen and twenty eighteen and about a third of them were kids under eighteen we also learned that these injuries are only a tiny sliver of ski and snowboard injuries across the state and resorts aren't required the publicly report most injuries, they do release. Some injury information to the Colorado based national scary as association a major trade group. Dave bird is director of risk and regulatory affairs. The rate of catastrophic injuries per one million skier visit remains below one. In one million more than two hundred ski resorts across the country report their worst injuries to the industry group, a broken back broken neck ally faltering head injury paralysis paraplegic that's thing in the twenty seventeen eighteen ski-season bird said there were thirty seven catastrophic Inge. Series. He couldn't break down those numbers by resort or even by state. He also couldn't say how many other injuries on the slopes are considered less than catastrophic. The individual ski patrols at skiers are tracking those in analyze everything from a slip and fall a parking to cocoa burn in the lodge to sunstroke two tornado C L really the resorts polish those it's. No, not that. I'm aware of it. And I think that there's good reason that they don't the range of injuries does isn't gonna tell you much you'd have to put it into context with their individual skier visits, and that's closely held marketing, you know. Eagle mountain skier a hypothetical skier, it doesn't want its competitors. To know how many skier visits they had. That means there is no comprehensive data to determine exactly how many people are injured on resorts. And what kind of injuries they sustained. So I turned to the State Department of public, health and environment. Biostatistics this is Kirk bowl. Speaking bowl has a little known hospital insurance claims spreadsheet, it is massive and in it. There's information on all kinds of ski and snowboard injuries. Fall from skiing fall from snowboarding or hitting a tree while skiing or snowboarding. Those types of things or at least a collision of some form in twenty seventeen in Colorado. There were five thousand six hundred sixty emergency room visits related skiing or snowboarding and five hundred ninety seven hospital discharges. That's roughly the same timeframe as thirty seven catastrophic injuries tracked. By the national Ski Association. There are limits to the hospital data it doesn't link injuries to resort but four physician and safety watchdog, Dan, Gregory. There's a clear disconnect between what the industry says about injuries. And what the public really knows in the interest of the ski resorts to play down the accident and injury risk at ski resorts. Gregory is president of the snow sports safety foundation, a nonprofit based in California that he founded after investigating the snowboarding death of his daughter in two thousand and six while the ski industry questions whether hospital information is as reliable as peer reviewed safety studies based on reports from Representative ski area's Gregory sees things differently. If a patient has to be at mid to the hospital in today's world because of an injury that's a serious injury. We don't admit people of for for minor things and people go to emergency rooms usually for fairly. Injuries. K UNC's investigation found tens of thousands of ski related emergency room visits and hospital discharges since two thousand eleven and the data is just sitting in a state government, computer, the public can access the information, but the state doesn't publish it. Gregory says that's a problem state leaders need to address it's also a public safety risk that public policy makers are not aware of because the data's not out there for them to be made aware of it. His organization has worked for years to require resorts to file public plans. That include details about injuries, and what's being done to prevent them. So far, none have. And at the moment. Gregory is pushing legislation in Maine to do that. It's an idea that resonates with Lee Fisk one of the moms from boulder demanding more accountability from the ski resorts. I think a lot of parents would choose their passes. There ski school be somewhat safe for their kids. She'd like to see resorts publish injury information in the same way that schools publicly track student achievement. Don't just get to say family friendly. And have that me nothing and for those who are hurt pursuing a case in court is difficult. If not impossible that was the case for about a dozen families. We spoke to for this story, including the parents of Jacob keeping both ways that I reached out to told me because I had signed the waiver at the ski school that they were totally in the clear there was nothing. They could go after them for that team. Keeping Jacob's mother Jacob was relatively lucky. He was only bloodied and bruised after his fall from the chairlift, but was left struggling with severe anxiety all told his medical and therapy needs cost the family about five thousand dollars. They never did find a lawyer who would take their case to court. Mill was sure was. To I would defense. I didn't even want as when you reach out. I was like there's an incident report audited know that two page report written by the resort and sent to state officials says to the best of our knowledge the child turned sideways on the carrier to look behind and then slipped and fell to the ground. You think it's fair for them to say this report that it's easier. No, it was all their fall, in my opinion, the keepings felt lift operators weren't paying attention. As Jacob got onto the lift Graham, be ranches incident report said it launched an investigation after the fall, but the resort declined our request for an interview to learn more about whether any specific safety changes were made for here. Now, I'm Michael the Anna in Greeley, Colorado. And if you want to see more details of the K U N C investigation. Go to here now dot org. You can actually check individual chairlifts at resorts in Colorado. Uh-huh. And see how many accidents there have been? And spring and lucky us here. Now resin chef Kathy guns says in the studio to celebrate the season with three dishes to bowl us over bulls. Get it see what I did there. I think very clever. Hello everything's in a bowl. That's that's a hot concept. It is an a ball. And I like to think of myself as someone that doesn't succumb to trends and bowls are big trend. You've probably seen them in restaurants in magazines. And here's the concept. Here's why it works. Why it's not just a trend. You have all these delicious elements in one bowl. How is it different than putting it on a plate? Well, ultimately, it isn't. But it would be a lot more boring on a plate. I think the idea. Here's what you do. Okay. You have a bowl, and you have to think of this like a savory smorgasbord of textures and flavors and colors. So you start by taking a grain the grain could be. The simplest white rice. But more interesting would be Brown rice or black rice or an heirloom variety of rice. You could use couscous or Isreaeli couscous farro Qinhua keen wa my least favorite grain of just come clean. No. But lots of people keen wine. Keen wise. Great, ripples sweet potatoes. Next comes a protein. This could be grilled salmon, grilled chicken, tofu roasted vegetables. So we're layering we've got our grain. We've got our protein. Then if you want very simple sauce, a me, so ginger lemon CHAI Chimi chara. And then you could slap a poached egg on it. You could put quick pickles on it. Let's let's start with what you have. Because this is exactly what I've done. There's one here with just vegetables. Look, it's not just that definitely Jared vegetables and it specifically spring vegetables, I took leaks and spiritus beautiful spring. Vegetables and roasted them I also had some brussel sprouts. And I roasted those up till they got really crispy I love when the leaves fall off, and they kind of Brown and getting crunchy I roasted cherry tomatoes, and I cooked a pot of farro, which is a whole grain hold week that shaped a little bit like barley, skews me and drizzled the whole thing with the lemony chives in gret. The other thing about these balls that we need to say right up front is you could mix and match these any which way you want. If you have leftover white rice from last night's dinner. That's your base, but these roasted vegetables, you can make big batch and use them in any way, isn't it. Beautiful. If I say, so get -freshing. Okay. The next one has some chicken does the next one is a chicken and Isreaeli couscous bowl and the green sauce that's mixed into the couscous and also drizzled on top of the chicken is a green salon throw scallions sauce. Throw salon through garlic Skauen parsley olive oil into a blender food processor worl- it up saute, some chicken FIS. I have some Ruge la- leaves there. Again, we're playing with textures and flavors peppery, raw rubella leaves pickled some radishes overnight through those in just pickled radishes overnight. Have art is that it is. Okay, ready? Yeah. Boil vinegar water pinch sugar pinch of salt done put in a jar throw in some onions or scallions and radishes. That's why I say, I'm just pickled some radishes you too can pickle radishes spears of raw cucumber, you know, you could add the roasted cherry tomatoes to this flavors colors textures. That's what these bowls are all about this rock. You cover has the skin on it, which I like, but a lot of people don't like that. Then they can take it off your. Your. No, I those are the long hothouse English cucumbers. They're clean the skin, and I really like it. But of course, you can and the third bowl. Maybe one of my favorites is a broiled me, so ginger salmon, take filet of salmon, you rub some white me. So into it chop, some ginger ginger slivers broil it, and then I can't remember what I put that on the one that was dark rice, that's the black rice. 'cause I love how nutty that is texture texture texture, then we make a sauce with ginger and me, so and scallions and we add beautiful KADO slices some being sprouts. These are sprouted peas you could add cucumbers again radishes seeds nuts. You know? I think it is different from a plate. Don't you? It's more like a soup without the soup or salad with with grain instead of completely a one bowl meal. I mean, it's right there. Again, if you're working with leftovers, you can really play around if you cook some of the things that head of time, they come together very quickly for a Wednesday night meal, and you can just keep playing you could crumble cheese on top or scallions or toasted chickpeas writer ready. Yeah. Come on, you could serve this for dinner party. Well, and I might be Saturday night. And it's going to be yours, and I'm gonna claim in his mind. It's one year four here to make you look good. And this has been our segment with a resin chef Kathy guns. Germany, and I also refer to it as lunch and have all recipes here, now doubt or and black rice. I'm going to use black rice in whatever. I really feel like it must be much better for you this. It is. Okay. It's all in here now dot org. You can see all these recipes, Kathy. Thanks. Thanks. Senior. And here. Now's production NPR WVU artists with the BBC World Service. I'm robin. I'm Jeremy Hobson. This is.

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Oscar i believe the oscars died last night and will never be spoken of again. I don't even care enough to mention it. So i know boy. Thank god you're don't you don't live in india gone right now. You do not live in india and we'll give you some of the numbers later but holy cow. I think india. It's what the united states would have been if we hadn't gotten a vaccine out as fast as we did. That's what happens when a variant hits a big country and you don't have the vaccine nightmare in india. Michigan is getting hammered. Hard younger people being hospitalized. Now yeah. They don't have giant piles of bodies that they're burning like they are in india though so same close to this not a contest. I'm just saying michigan is seeing the ravages of the variances well It's not quite over yet. I wish somebody could do a model someday. So people would fully understand the bullet. We dodged. I don't think most people realize how close we came. I think scientists have oval to figure it out. I think we came within a month. Maybe weeks of like not quite being ahead of this with the variants going around and just won't be like india just that original fear that we had where you know hospitals around a space and they're choosing who help and who to just let die and all that sort of stuff that didn't happen in the united states and Is happening all around in the variance. They kill a lot. they they The worst for you and they travel so much faster and without the vaccine. You're just do right right well. Yeah that's an interesting thought. I wonder how close we did come. It was bad enough now and then you know honestly still could be along the unvaccinated but yeah that'd be fine. You think i can state fourth surge forth. Get my second shot on wednesday import that yeah we have an email coming up from a guy says i'm not arrested. I'm not getting it. just you know. Do talked to somebody yesterday buddy of mine. Who said yeah. I haven't gotten it yet. And i don't know if i need to. So am i not do which thinks right I just heard something so angering on. Npr so she's trying to start to let it go Slough let it go interesting year angry. I'm just. I'm just beaten down by the world come tori normally. I'm so to come to work. Which is a blessing. Trust me i. I love doing this but today for some reason. I'm just like just worn down. Well here's here's something you and i both need to remind ourselves of that. We i think we forget. Sometimes we get to talk about whatever we want to. So we don't have to engage in any of the freaking stupid conversations at the level that they happen and one of the reasons. I'm thinking of that is our friend craig. Pass along podcasts. To me over the weekend that i've listened to and has one of those your initial intellectual dark web podcasts. These long podcasts. Not that many people. Listen to but no chunk you know a lot of them get millions of listeners and stuff like that sure and i thought it gives me hope. There are podcasts. Out there where there's nuance where there are people. You can't even tell what their politics are. Listen to him. You would not be able to tell if they vote. Republican democrat by listening. Well it sounds kind of like. How do i know if i like them or not. You sound like this on this issue. Something like that on that issue. I think there still are people who think that way. Like grown-ups like smart people and an exists out there and there's a this office so twentieth century an audience although it small. I'm hoping it's twenty first century and what you know. What a lot of talk radio and all of cable news is twentieth century. I think it's. I'm hoping that's the last. Gasps of freaking stupid conversations for stupid people or prior that people are unwilling to admit their nuance established to To all these issues. I just when i heard on npr so this is a good. Let it go. I'll give you sean. This is part of the healing for maybe this week but i will probably be entertaining. Go ahead is from abc this week. Let it out. Let it all out an example. It'd be that's a perfect example. That show back in the day. Not that many years ago depends on how you look at it. i guess. Twenty years ago he always had the three the three same guests on the roundtable. Donaldson cokie roberts and george will george will. Yeah lot of blow. sean. I mean look like. She'd been eating powdered sugar. George george will conservative but not bombastic not fight picker at all sam donaldson who by today's standards. You know as a so soft but was the wild eyed liberal but just still reasonable willing to you know l. Let's agree to disagree conversation. And then cokie roberts completely you know. Let's not fight about this. That's what abc this week. Used to be right every single sunday. Now they have on four three or four people so wildly to the left if you ever had anybody that wildly to the right on one of those shows people's heads would explode. I mean just franken crazy. People woke as communist lunatics. Yeah and then and then one person that's kinda supposed to be a republican who every every every now and then throws in a year but what about keeping duct tape in the basement threaten to beat them so it's one woman was going on and on non about Racism are policing in naming off names of people that have been shot and everything like that Chris christie pulls pushes back against that a little bit with them. Being different things in and george stephanopoulos host even says it got admit. There's a point there right that these cases are different. They're not all the same. You know the point. Being in some cases it's clear to anybody with a mind that you're going to get shot if you do that whether you're white black or purple and the woman says we have systemic racism. You don't get to cherry pick which cases you apply to systemic racism. I carry trauma in my body and then she mentioned the name of some book that we're supposed to read black people carry trauma in their body for generations the same way. White people carry white privilege in their bodies for generations. And i thought. I can't imagine anybody from the right. Saying something. That out there and crazy that would be on network. Tv we're carrying trauma for generations. It's in our jeans while it's racism is what it is. It's applying attributes to your race short. Now that's some lovely poetry but it is not logic certainly not an argument although that's right logic is a vestige of white supremacy. You can't appeal to to get back to my hopefulness the podcasts that are out there and helped this show on occasion where we're nuances allowed. And i feel about this issue and this about this you you but on that issued democrat. I don't care on this. You'd be i don't i don't think about it that way and then normal people shouldn't no no i think they do to an extent that makes you and me uncomfortable. This justice Again you go to the identifiers descriptors. People use on shows social media. Whatever do who. Who are you telling me about you. And the first thing. Maybe the second they'll say is their political side. I just don't. I don't know on the other hand again. We can do whatever we want. And in succeed or fail at it. I'd rather not fail. I met the other to the doctor. Okay great dr energetic helpful curious listener just terrific then. The subject of coffee came up somehow and he. He admitted he can't drink it. Black and i thought less of him screaming his coffee. Now it's just it's girlish no fence girls it's soft. It's it's failing to take on coffees. God gave it to us. I loading it. I'd do it as a cooling agent really. My coffee is serious. My coffee is not so hot. i'd rather drink it black but yeah usually i need my coffee right freaking no right i hear that. I don't have ice cubes anyway. How do you drink your coffee. Text line four one five nine. Don't we don't care too. I'm su- sugar in mine. How about this people behind the scenes at convenience stores. What is that cream you have. What how hell is that. It doesn't taste anything like within one hundred miles. A cream like substance. Wow stuff that squirts out of your machines. I've talked about before how convenience stores decided they need to compete with the starbucks. The world to keep your coffee money coming in. And so they've got the what they think is fancy coffee. It's just a disaster there. They're mocha machine their cream thing. It's just it tastes like chemicals in urine. I don't know. I didn't say that cream changes jack. Depending on whether the employees given us two weeks all that stuff is rough. When i'm certainly it's formulated so that it can never go bad milkshake. That's probably it's they can load it in early in the morning and just leave it there all day long. Yeah nasty. i'll let's introduce everybody in the squad. It's teamwork makes the dream work. There's our board operator. Sorry technical director michelangelo pressing buttons flip and dogs pulling levers hard this morning. Oh boy. I read soreness morning from all the laughing last night watching the oscars that was you now. I actually did watch some and yeah it was a need that my diamondback. I couldn't bad possibly bring myself to figure out what channel was on or anything like that didn't even make the slightest effort what's it lionel to watch the oscars. Well on youtube or anything. I congratulate the tiniest effort probably first time in my life and never i was seized by momentary bit of nostalgia or something i thought. What the heck i flip it on the presenter girl woman. She's a find director from what i'm told. She launches into her speech in the starts going political and says now. I know a lot of you're tempted to reach for your remote control. And i thought that's too perfect. I reach for my remote control. And i was Gonzo i- preeminently didn't Find my remote-control. There's positive sean smile up the room. How are you. Sean doing quite well so You missed how it was a. It was hosted a train station. Or something say that was a little weird i saw was a couple of blocks from skid row which is interesting yeah yeah but Yeah i didn't see all. This was the fewest amount of oscar movies. I'd seen going into the any time. But i did watch a movie over the weekend and i cannot wait for next year's oscars when mortal kombat wins for best documentary. I think this is going to be. I think it's a shoo-in it's awesome. It's a story about how sub zero and scorpion. Just a centuries long feud little oscar clip that. They'll do you know when they talk about. And then they show like a little twenty seconds. It'll be the part. Where subzero stabs agai blood squirts out. He freezes that blood into some sort of a new stabbing device again with his own blood. Talented yeah oh best documentary next year. That's my prediction. Lock it up jack. Armstrong he's joe getty on monday april twenty six twenty twenty one armstrong and getting. We approve of this program here. We go then. Officially according see rules wrecks at mark isn't that i'll get what you're saying that i'm old. The problem is that your ideas are stupid. Bill maher bringing it love it. That's as good. That sounds like something up my alley. How does mailbag look very hall. It's an outstanding. Monday mailbag really good art. Monday shows are pretty good. I'm not sure to tune into our tuesday shows but are monday. Shows are pretty good. It's been a whole weekend worth of news that i'm ready to talk about bringing selects all stuff on the way we had the text line. Four one five two nine five k. ftc and getting The armstrong and getty show uh-huh funny funny picture. Chuck schumer watching the oscars. Of course he does with an ice cold plant based beer. It says on brand that. He's watching from approximately the same distance. That i used to watch transformers as a child on saturday morning face practically against the screen and share not be closer. You know. here's a little contrast where you did. You see the interview on cnn. Dan bash did with kamla harris. They both have been fully vaccinated and they're sitting like twenty feet apart it's hilarious. They're sitting at opposite corners. And i wanna talk about that because that is weird this this whole covert thing is turning so strange on the back end. Yeah and kind of reversing roles to a certain extent. Yeah yeah the whole corona thing that was not a very good description. The reason we do or the lack of reason for what we do in how we do it is is turning so odd to completely vaccinated people just the you could barely throw a baseball between them. They're so far. Apart for what i don't know i don't know i know we will have to talk about that. Mailbag trying to decide who to go with For freedom of course today day this week and i decided on the lake. Grade abraham lincoln just because he is a dangled corporate abe. Lincoln need current secretary of state. No d. abraham lincoln. The you dylan. Oy in the sixteenth of the us. The emancipate them. I love this. I was unfamiliar with this lincoln quote. Give me six hours to chop down a tree. And i will spend the first four sharpening the axe again. Think about it in good boehner. Let's see schuyler from beautiful eagle mountain. Utah rights out on friday show. You're wondering what goes on in the mind of people say they won't get the vaccine. I'm thirty six years old healthy understand the miracle that is the vaccine but understands statistically. I don't really need it. I'll get just as sick from the corona or less. I will from the vaccine. It's not actually true. I mean statistically speaking. that's the likelihood i just to me. it's a. It's a precaution with no downside. I the the one in many millions of people actually has a reaction. Just it's not significant is. I don't need my seatbelt. But i still should wear it. Every time i get in the car affair parallel. I know the numbers are different. But it's a decent metaphor anyway. Do what you do what you think you ought to do. Just don't whatever decision you make. Don't make it about politics or culture or anything like that. Be be smarter than Let's see oh. I love this tea in so cal. Rights concern to hear your discussion of a judge's ruling requiring the city. La to find shelter for all of the homeless in quotes on skid row by october eighteenth given the equity revolution sweeping our nation. I fully expect to get a knock on my door from the department of equitable housing stating that the most recent census data indicates that i have a four bedroom house but only enough people in my house. Fill three bedrooms. So please meet. Jim junky who will now be occupying the fourth bedroom that you don't use because he needs it more than you do. Wow chimps junkie. Well hello jim. Let me show you to your room. With this quote from james clear it was an author. Ambition is when you close the gap between your circumstances and your expectations. Entitlement is when you expect others to close the gap between your circumstances and your expectation. That's pretty good at. Is that on my children this weekend. All my if you want a little entitled. Yeah yeah i gotta tell you what my youngest son said about that too boy so many thinks talk about tell you what it is strong and getty good afternoon. Would you like to try a free sample of our double fudge brownie. Sure that's very good. I'll just take one more just to be sure. Yep still very good. Some things never change like never being able to take just one free sample and geico. Saving folks. Lots of money on their car insurance macadamia nut. I taste take one more sir. I thought south fifteen minutes could save you fifteen percent or more and getty show. It is my hope that all of us would teach our kids to remember. Just refuse hate. Bob refused to hate someone because they are mexican or because they are black or white or l. g. t. q. I refuse to hate someone because they are a police officer. I refuse to hate someone because they are asian. So anyone who wants to meet me in the middle to refuse eight to refuse blanket judgment. This one is for you to god. Bless you and thank you very woke no no i demand. He be cancelled. Whoever that fellow was troubling tyler. Perry how dare you actually. Bill maher was on fire. You so great. Was it my clips. We gotta get to him at some point. He's explaining how your woke ideas are. I'm not rejecting them. Because i'm white or older. It's because there's stupid they don't work is beautiful so that i love this from the new york times talking about the officers last night and then we will cease talking about that non event. Because i don't know anything about it size purpose sunday's broadcast on. Abc was more like a cross between the golden globes and the closing night banquet of a long exhausting convention. And with that. I mean we move on. I crossed over. What is it your say about. The opposite of love is not hate it's apathy. Yeah i just it's not a. I'm not gonna liberal hollywood. No no i got none of that. I just i have no interest in it. Same reason. I don't watch golf tournaments. I have zero interest and who. I won the tournament yeah. I flipped to fox news this morning and they their lead was something about the officers. And i thought that's just not at my share wars now. They're so obnoxious. They've lost us. This is one of my favorite teases of all time. This calculator will tell you how many followers you need to quit your job. The exact number of followers. I need to figure out how to get whether it's snorting cinnamon or a drill holes in my head orient. yeah. I'm not good looking enough to go that direction. How many fathers need for quit my job. We'll get to that later super so for some reason. Why actually know the reason. It goes back to fdr Presidents are judged at the hundred day markets and arbitrary. stupid thing. it's Doesn't mean anything but by like round numbers grabbed number one hundred morton died less than a one So the everybody was releasing all kinds of poll information on the hundred days of biden which was yesterday or tomorrow or sometime and i thought it was interesting that all of the mainstream media take was how much higher is trump and his approval rating. That's what you're gonna ever that whites that makes you a winner makes you. Wow that's interesting. Trump had famously the lowest approval rating of any president in modern history throughout his entire presidency. So i wouldn't use that as my standard of success all right. Well unless i was. Joe biden then i would if i followed sports enough to To name a bad basketball team or baseball team. I would say oh. We're a lot better than fill in the blank. The sacramento kings. I know are terrible basketball. Were winning now on hurts. Were winning more games in the sacramento kings. All right well. That's not enough to like you know we proud of but again any port in a storm. I think this is worth mentioning at one hundred days and this has got more to do with where we are in america. I think than biden himself at one hundred days biden's job approval rating at fifty two percent other than trump and ford is the lowest of any president in modern polling. Era that gallup and keeping track of. He's got the third lowest approval since gallup started keeping track way back in the early twentieth century and at one hundred days. And if you take out ford and trump ford an obvious reason because just there's so much hatred of that party for watergate and trump is his own special thing so you take out two outliers which i think are fair to take out. Biden's got the lowest ever but again. I'm not blaming him for that. I just think it's where we are as a culture. You're not going to get much beyond the people in your party because we root for a party not a person we performed a performative -ly answer polls for some reason well and also it used to be that a republican. Wh who was elected president would be a fairly moderate. Republican democrat would be quite a moderate democrat. And so you couldn't gin up much dislike on the other side just because there was very little policy difference. Hey quick question of ford. At what point did he announce that he was going to pardon. Nixon wasn't it quite quickly. Have to look that up. That's the story behind his low approval rating. When did ford party mix if he did that prior to his first one hundred days and i think he did will. Abbott was almost immediately explains his approval rating completely. Almost surely it had to give. I had to be all the talk in. Dc right one way to do. How much are we going to punish the old man. That's get academy sure right. And then he made. I think the Historically correct move pardoning him so we didn't get wrapped up in that for years About just got ruined his approval rating Cova does ravaging india as we mentioned. Twitter admits remember. Twitter's got this rule in the united states. That if you say anything. Negative about the government's handling of the pandemic. You get blocked or you get your account closed. Because that's spreading. I dunno rumors or misinformation can't disagree with the government which is a weird thing on twitter. Thanks jack they're doing it. In india where the government is lying left and right about how they're handling the worst cove eruption on planet earth since the whole thing began and the end. india is going to be far and away. The worst example of of devastation by by covid twitter admits it's working with the indian government to censor criticism of the government's mishandling of the pandemic something to be proud of unbelievable. I was just reading that freedom house which serve as governments and people around the world to rate their amount of liberty rates india as somewhat free but trending towards talibanism under mody. Old modi's Strongman yeah what did you come up with on The the pardon there was a presidential. Proclamation is issued by the president On september eighth nineteen seventy four. So i don't think that's what i nine hundred days round. Yeah no no no well. I don't know that's right. He didn't take over at the beginning of a term. So i'd have to know. I don't remember when nixon resigned. Weird first one hundred days anyway because you leap into the middle of a A term august eighth nineteen seventy four. Nixon resigned and one was the pardon september with guard that's why his approval rating so low and trump is what is so. I think you could pretty clearly make the argument that biden's got the lowest approval rating. He really. I don't think you can now do not skip over. Trump is the way as you need to painstakingly. Replay the election the transition and the first couple of months everything all of it the p. hats madonna all of it the the meow hats if you are a climate change sceptic boy. Do i have some good stuff for you. From a guy who was under secretary of something or another in. The obama administration an impressive title. Get it for you one way. Actually get into the particulars of it shoe. But i was amazed to read this. You won't see it a lot of places. I'm sure he was obama administration's department of energy undersecretary and he says when it comes to avert science in quotes he said to paraphrase the princess bride. I do not think the science says what you think it says. Well there's an princess bride references. Well i like this guy you might want some of this information to throw at your friends or relatives or whatever on this topic among other things on the way and how many followers the need to quit your job today in and on monday. You're thinking i hate this job. Maybe if i had this many followers on youtube or twitter could quit. Yeah well it's more than we got. I promise say here. Getting who the armstrong and getty show Get to the battle of the joshes that happened over the weekend. I don't know if they were following this. But i was not early in the pandemic. A guy named josh. It all right there too many joshes and he posted that a year from now. We're all gonna get together and fight. The last man standing gets to keep the name josh. Everybody else has to change their name. How then not hear about this. And so hundreds and hundreds of josh's met in one particular point over the weekend and fought it out. Serious josh giant physical melee was sixty thirteen tournament or on the way our royal rumble style. Stay tuned wow i in Not to bore people with Saying something you've heard before or acting like you give a crap about what i think about climate change but i don't think about climate change really ever for whatever reason i've just decided to bow out on. I was happy to your one of my favorite like public intellectuals. Listen to a podcast. The other day like one of those super smart lead genius type you know i. I'm in awe of the guys. Intellect and climate change came up and he said. I gotta tell you that's one topic. I don't know anything about that. Okay cool you get to pick and choose. What stuff you know about. There are things i do know quite a bit about. This is not one of them. Yeah i despaired of getting solid information. Just everything was spin all the time and so i never gave up and i never even tried for whatever reason it's liberating and the new york post had this article that i wish was not in the new york post because some people don't take it seriously And wish she'd get traction again. It's from the obama administration's under secretary for science and the department of energy who opens by saying about climate change. If i may paraphrase the princess bride. I do not think the science says what you think. It says both research literature in government reports state clearly. Well let me let me work up to a just just a little bit all hate you the headlines and and then go through his explanation. Couple of bullet points human. Humans have had no detectable impact on hurricanes over the past century. Greenland's ice sheet isn't shrieking anymore rapidly today than it was eighty years ago the global areas burned by wildfires has declined more than twenty five percent since two thousand three and twenty twenty. It was one of the lowest years on record. Why haven't you heard these facts before he said these are almost certainly not the only climate facts that you haven't heard And they might surprise you go through a couple more basic literature government reports state clearly that heatwaves in the us are now no more common than they were in the nineteen hundred every year. When it's hot we're told that this is the hottest summer ever in the history of the world. Well yeah hot rainy dry. When the warmest temperatures in the us have not risen in the past fifty years he said when i tell people this most are incredulous. Some gas summer downright hostile again. Why haven't you heard these facts before. I began in late two twenty thirteen when i was asked by the american physical society to lead an update of its public statement on climate. They're the ones putting out the information. And wanting to have the conversation as part of that effort in january two thousand fourteen. I convened a workshop with a specific objective to stress test the state of climate science. I love that sort of thing. It's like it's like apology apologetic church. It's you know coming up with arguments trying to find all your flaws in in your argument so that you can handle them better. Let's the very idea of peer review to which was one of the cornerstones sides. I came away from the workshop. Not only surprised but shaken by the realization. That climate science was far less mature than i had supposed. Here's what i discovered. Humans exert growing but physically small warming influence on the climate. The results from many different climate disagree with or even contradict each other and many kinds of observations. In short the science is insufficient to make useful predictions about how the climate will change over the coming decades. Much less what affect our actions would have on it. In the seven years since that workshop i watched with dismay the public discussions of climate and energy became increasingly distant from the science phrases like climate emergency. Climate crisis and climate disaster are now routinely bandied about to support sweeping policy proposals to quote fight. Climate change with government intervention subsidies not surprisingly the biden administration has made climate and energy a major priority infused throughout the government with the appointment of john kerry us climate envoy and proposed spending almost two trillion dollars to fight this quote existential threat to humanity trillion dollar decisions about reducing human influences on the climate should be informed by accurate understanding of scientific certainties and uncertainties my late nobel prize winning caltech colleague. Richard feynman was one of the greatest physicists of the twentieth century. Not the nineteen seventy-four caltech commencement. He gave a now famous address titled cargo cult science about the rigor scientists must adopt to avoid fooling not only themselves give all the information to help others judge the value of your contribution. Not just the information that leads to judgement in one particular direction or another. He implored much of the public portrayal of climate. Science ignores the great late physicists advice in an effort to persuade rather than inform and the information presented withholds either essential context or what doesn't fit scientists right and to casually review the reports reporters uncritically report them. Editors allow this to happen activists in the organizations fan. The fires of alarm and experts endorsed the deception by keeping silent as a result the constant repetition of these and many other climate fallacies are turned into accepted truths known as quote the science. He ends with and he's got a book out called unsettled. What climate science tells us what it doesn't and why it matters and his name is dr kuhnen again. He was under secretary of science in the climate department under obama. I assume he's not some right-wing lunatic This has happened so many times before in our history where scientists grab onto a narrative they realize which direction the wind is well. It's really why we stayed in afghanistan. It's how the war in iraq got started. You just experts in whatever field. They get an idea of which direction the wind is blowing. And if you want to keep your job which side of this you want to be on and you start looking for stuff that supports it. You start ignoring stuff that gets in the way of it and it just it becomes a freight train right. it's county. It's confirmation bias writ large and it's reinforced by the fact that the government gives out the bulk of science grants and if the administration in power clearly wants one result we give it to them and this has become so overwhelmingly the the the Agreed upon stance that your a you know flatulence in an elevator to to say otherwise. And that's why so. Many leading republicans. Now say of course. I agree in manmade climate change in. It considered it just. Because it's you're considered a crazy if you don't at this point right while you're not allowed at the table the policy table. You're not even allowed to discuss that. I wish we lived in a road where this guy's book in this column would get more tread than it's going to. I'll bet it doesn't come up on any of the talk shows this weekend. I wonder if he'll get on Good morning america today show or any of these shows with his really thought out. Well reason takes it apart piece by piece lecture right well. There have been better. Thought out in written scripts than the one year about two year out of my mouth. But there's a secular religion these days and it has a of aspects to it. One of them is climate. Change the others. Some of the racial stuff but to question the dogma of the religion. You're just denied your seat at the table. You're a heretic. What you say how you pack it up what studies you've done the point out flaws in the you don't even get that far because you're a heretic. And that's the great thing about the declaring people heretics racists or whatever you you never get their pushback. You never get challenged by them. Yeah and i like him. According the the nobel prize winning about how. It's so easy to even fool ourselves. We're not really really careful as Said people who studied whatever And again he's not denying manmade climate change just says it's small and there's no agreed upon how we stop it or how long it would take what we would need to do so throwing trillions of dollars at it. What right. i'm persuaded as i mentioned. I think it was on friday's show with the idea of hey let's let's not spend trillions of dollars on the current technology which is not nearly good enough to to substitute for fossil fuel. Let's spend a fraction of that on super aggressive research into other means of producing energy and go that route. I hope there are republican politicians. That are curious enough or smart enough to grab that information and use it as an argument. Yeah yeah i hope so too. I just don't want the kids money squandered. I don't care if i'm you know burning gasoline or a riding an electric car powered by unicorn farts. Or whatever i just. I don't care with personally. I just wanted to. How would that year unicorn car work. Well there a unicorn farms that would have to be set up and they'd have to be put in cages. Do you put some sort of like contraption on their buttocks into it all night. Long accent and then you take that battery of some sort and put it in your car and drive. All some of the details are yet to be worked out. But yeah those are the broad outlines the unicorns high fiber diet. Then what would your. Mp you be on ravaged car again. The technology is in the developing stages jag but we will have answers for you very hard part primary. Thank you for your investment and you. F t uniform court far technology. Oh yeah i get thirty mpg. Uf wow it's roomy then. I actually spend more feeding the unicorns than so. It's really a wash. Yeah a couple of the big auto manufacturers are out with their brand new electric vehicles that are supposed to compete with tesla. Some of them were pretty darned impressive. Speaking tesla we're going to the moon soon of elon musk's plan to get to mars among other things on the way and getty. Hi everyone. I am so excited to launch my very first podcast the truth with lisa boothe with iheartradio gingrich. Three sixty the truth with lisa. Boothe is a podcast. Reject scrutiny rejects fake news and will never bow down to the political correctness. Poisoning this country from with. 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Dirty Secrets About Your Parent

Frankie and Jess

1:39:00 hr | 1 year ago

Dirty Secrets About Your Parent

"At's Frankie Ingest show podcast here on iheartradio. I want the CHAPULTEPEC couple of weeks ago. Love Chapel, they. They make a really Nice Burrito over there. It's so terrific. The employees can't stop eating the employees side not working. They're always in the dining room. Eight ever walk in their. Work the only guy behind their the guy and chicken just looking right. He's not strained on Burrito. Building and I'm watching people order I mean. There's a sneeze glass there right, but people always hope the arm over the glass half porn. I'll have more. To say. It's not soundproof. It goes right over to glass. Out of the South so God forbid if you ask for Guacamole, Oh my God. The whole store goes into a panic. They don't even know how to tell you. It's extra money. Put some block on. Dollar eighty extra. Okay. Delivery is classic. Sebastian MANISCALCO. I'm sure you probably hopefully know who he is now. He popped in my feed yesterday. I'm like I got to play. That's favorite man funny. Seven ten. It's ninety civil ones HD Celtics number one hit music station with Frankie Jess. It's going to be pretty nice today for Friday eve sunshine sixty five, so we were talking about the cold front. That's the cold front, so plenty of Sun and sixty five and we're going to warm up by this mother's Day weekend. which is really really nice. I have a friend who and he's from. The South, originally a work to them. He was my old one of my old program directors at the Big Jacksonville years ago, and he's been in Chicago for a year, so they're kind of used to that. Gloomy weather you know the been west stuff stuff that I grew up with and just so, but he got a promotion and he's going to Seattle I'm like oh? My and he's happy and he's going to do great there, but you know because he's been in Chicago and he's used to the weather. My point is we're so spoiled with Sunshine Yeah Right and I I when I need it in growing up without it in knowing the difference between having gloomy days more times than not, and then you know, we have some clouds here for a couple of days, or for like a week, or whatever couple of weeks back to Detroit might not get throws Rosie, new depression. Seasonal whatever disorder that sad? It's real I had a hard time when I moved here from Phoenix I mean hello. I grew up in the sun on the Sun. We're GONNA. Come back here. We had a lot of things to get about thirty minutes. What we're looking at so something that you found out about your mom. Or Dad their personal life, so this is something you know, maybe as you're a little older or whatever, but you find out about their personal life near like Manica. Gone my whole life without knowing that I'm going to tell you why. We're talking about that this morning at about seven forty and then we're gonNA. Come back and get into the middle edition of Hollywood lies Thursday. So what are we starting with? This is awesome. I saw the story too Nice. Try with your kids name Llamas. You've been listening to the ninety seven one H., T., Frankie and judge show podcast right here on Iheartradio. Eighteen ninety civil ones. Celtics number one hit music station with Frankie, ingest walk into Thursday may seventh twenty twenty, so that thing that we just heard it freaked out a little bit here and we thought it was a truck, but it looks like it was most likely a little aftershock at one point, one in was valley which is popped. No. So we heard it. We didn't feel it yeah. So had to have been because as soon as we like right when we were in the break and you know were I think everybody here in Salt Lake. A lot of people are still on edge. You know a truck that goes if it's a rumble or something shakes, or whatever yeah you serve kind of getting the PTSD so during the break and it was right at the tail in there. We heard like a a a boom. We thought it was I didn't see a truck. We all thought we didn't feel it but it. Came in and Mike. QUAKE FEET AB APP that is, and it's a one point one. That just happened in West Valley. So that's probably what we heard just didn't feel so weird. Okay, you've got to help me with my APP because I don't get anything. That's local getting seven Indonesia. The settings on the. Weird interesting, but. Maybe you. Might have just heard rumbling you thinking the same thing we did. It must have been a truck, but it wasn't. Man drippy right? Yeah, Let's see coming up in twenty minutes. We've got this. We're GONNA. Talk and we'll tell you why we're talking about it. But what's something that you found out about your mom or dad, and maybe a little later in life, or maybe it was when you're younger, but if something with their personal life, so it could have been when you were younger, but kind of like like I didn't want to know that my parents are like sacred. Want to know these things that you know. Your parents are real people, and they have you know we're humans and things happen and things right? It's just life I. Know when you'RE A kid. It's like like I. Think about this before we get into the topic, but I think about like when our little boy axel gets older I wonder what it's going to be like when he finds out that I was married once and so was. We were both married. That's right before, so it might be like a little weird like That's what you were. You know that would be weird. Past lives We're so. We're GONNA to talk about that. Coming up in twenty minutes here weather today sunny in about sixty five, so looking pretty nice out there. It's forty four as you get up, you pass this over before we get into the middle additional Hollywood headlines, and we throw it out from time to time. Like what are you watching and this is interesting because this the search engine real good has a list of the top. Top shows that its users or watching for the first time since March sixteenth since we start started the social distancing so from ten to one, these are the shows, and it kind of gives you an idea. These are what people are watching for the first time. a lot of people that is the walking dead was number ten nine with stranger things eight was the good place seven is the office. sixes better. Call Saul. Five as Westworld and we were just talking to J. P Sachs and Julia, Michaels, and they both like that show. I think it was. He likes it and Kinda got her onboard. If I'm not mistaken, right and then game of thrones is four, breaking bad as three to tiger, king and number one of those. People watching that for the very first time. Good shows on there yeah, so it's Kinda interesting, so we always throw it out where we have been lately with this quarantine, you know. What are you watching right now? The love on Sarka, keep hearing that again and again in our friend and CO worker Margaret so the other day when we had cherish on from friends, and there are new sponsor with furry Friday and we were talking to her and. I think she had mentioned Ozark that she was watching that, and then some other things, or maybe she I think she met you because it just started at the episode's End Right? Yeah, because then our co worker Margaret, she texted, and said Oh my gosh. I'm I'm almost done with season three. And she she texted the other day, so I and I'm not gonNA. Say anything because if you haven't finished it, but she was just blown away by Oh. Yeah, kept digging as back on board whereas. Season one still. He watches everything when I go to bed. Pillow and he watches it on his phone. A partition. Quarantine partition here you go all right. Let's get into the middle edition of Hollywood headlines after that or we're going to give away something. Sweet that's coming up in just a few minutes here. Middle Additional Hollywood headlines is brought to you by Winco this morning. All righty, so we've got the picture posted Let's see dot com Hollywood headlines page, and it's Elon Musk and has newest little boy. So this is the first child with his girlfriend. And then he's got children from a previous marriage and he's got all. All boys all boys. He has like six kids now. Six Boys, which is crazy, so they ended up naming him x eighty, a dash twelve, so the state of California which I'm surprised, because a lot of things ago, anything-goes Kelly, but not this name, so they're allowed to have twenty six letters of the English. The bet for a name, but they don't recognize symbols name. Yeah, you can't have your baby's name. Be This and you know I'm glad they're saying that because that's not cool, so the mom his girlfriend Elon Musk's girlfriend said this is why they named their son. This name so the x is the unknown variable. The E is ai so love, and or artificial intelligence I guess the elven spelling of Ai Oh. Yes, yes, Let's see A. A twelve is the precursor to s seventeen, our favorite aircraft, no weapons. No defense is just speed great, embattled, but non-violent. You guys come on. They had a lot of time on their hands in quarantine before she had. This kid has poor kids going to have to explain all that we'll talk about like names like when you're trying to explain how to say it. Just call me. A as Archangel, my favorite song, and then the last was metal rat on Mike Okay this poor kid, I feel bad for him, and she's I know she's an artist. I know she she's out there man. She's out there and the picture. That's posted Ilan. He's the the do to smart. We know this, but he's gotTa start some. SUNSCREEN He's got. He's got his degree man, but cute baby, and yeah, excited for for them, and we talked about this yesterday, and the day before that he's selling off all of his properties and Beverly Hills Right. Bel Air and We're looking at away. We're looking to get rid of all their material things. To do get rid of all the materials stuff so I don't know how you going to do that with a new baby, but good luck I know. You'RE GONNA. Go camping a minimalist yeah. Get on you. This is kid, number, six or seven am. Yeah. He has five boys with his ex wife, and then so he had a set of triplets and a set of twins, all boys, and then this is the first child with his girlfriend in. It's her first kid. So do we know the ages because he's my? I think he's my age forty. Nine either forty, eight or forty, nine I think he's late forty's. He has only been with this gal for maybe. Around two years. Has it been that long on? Yeah, because he was with someone right her. Yeah, somebody famous whose an actress Johnny Depp's. Amber I thought. It was me, so it's been two years because the baby was. So maybe a year and half maybe year and a half, but yeah, so you gotta check out the pick. That baby's cute, though I'm sorry, some babies are born like ooh yikes. That's a nice baby. Baby. And he's wearing the t shirt. Occupy Mars anybody's going to occupy Mars is going to be Elon Musk or cruise. Oh, not speaking of I. Read this morning on tmz. So we talked about Tom Cruise is doing this new film and he's point into space. and NASA confirmed this and he's been wanting to do a project like this forever, because he he's a daredevil man. He loves to do on stance. He's all in so. This movie and space and I had heard that it's the sequel Jerry Maguire. Myers. Pretty funny. He takes the Goldfish with me. Help me help you, so yeah, it's going to be on the space station and he's got to go through early tons of training and things. You don't even think about like. They have to train him how to go to the bathroom with zero gravity right? This is astronaut stuff. This is not you know this isn't like your typical stunt work in Hollywood. Totally different is crazy, and this is the things that will never experience or even think about you know, and how to obviously eat up there and how to you have to take like a bird bath? You don't take like a real shower up there or want to. I wouldn't want to I know there's a lot of people that are just chomping at the bit to do something like this I have no desire even if they get this thing ironed out, and it's all seamless. You know and people are I. DON'T WANNA GO I. Don't have any desire to fly into space. Flying a commercial. I love flying in commercials. You do yeah I just I don't want to go in the strategy you know. Out of the atmosphere I don't WanNa do it now. And what do they say? The G. speed like how it's going to what it does to? I can't remember what they were saying, but I was like that. None of that sounds appealing. None of that. No, thank you, so yeah, it's like you're. What is it like? Your throat goes down in your stomach. No, thank you, so yeah, he's. He's getting all prepared for that and it's going to be crazy. It's GonNa be crazy, and then you pass this over, and I laughed out loud I was like well. You GotTa do what you do it's. It's hard times. Joe, so JOE FROM REAL HOUSEWIVES OF JERSEY. Of course he's over in Italy, and he's trying to figure out you know how to find his niche over there and how to make some money for the family. Because he got four girls with Theresa, and of course there in Jersey and so he's been selling sex toys to pay the bills, so he partnered with this European distributor, and so he's like. Hey, I gotta do. It gotTA. Do so it's keeping them busy and people are a lot. More people got some more time on their hands. Does he like packages? Stuff up sending out. How like how is he a part of this? No easy. He's partnered with them so I. Don't know if he's just the face because he you know. Everybody knows him internationally and read Joe so I wonder if he's just the face of it and he gets a cut. It does look like kind of. Like an adult film star died from the eighties. Nineties? Nineties nineties. Yeah, because he's. Probably my age, too, so that would be make him. Really Nineties is probably good. News Fifth I. Don't know he looks older that. He also needs to wear more sunscreen and then a couple of other. Oh, this was kind of cool. Somebody's listening to more music right now. Music is just a good escape. We know that we love it. It's the soundtrack to your life and watching different shows, and just kind of escaping ferment the Eminem you know. They asked him in an interview. Who is the greatest songwriter of all time? And who do you think he said? I'll give me a hint. person's no longer with us. Very very talented young young way past. And his songs music still live on today. Well it's What's his name Who was twenty six when he passed away? What was his name starts with an M.. I Dunno wait. Is it somebody new newer artists? No so this I'm trying to think here that this person died, but there was a battle in in two people to big people lost in this battle. Coast Versus Coast a few bucks to park. He said Yeah, he said you feel like you'd listen to him. He just said he is the greatest songwriter of all time. Is Poetic Man. Yeah, big time big time, so that's EMINEM's number one. Oh, yeah, just outside. I thought that was cool. That is really cool to share and then coming up at eight twenty. You GotTa stick around Kevin Spacey Reemerged in this New Youtube. Do you have this audio i? Do and you know it's I'm sure a lot of people are coming at him because he's comparing this, but it's like you know. I feel for them. I feel I. I feel I, mean I know the dude seems like he's a monster. I don't mean that way. I just feel for him. That like his life ended he his life ended in that sense, but but this dude. I mean it was his own doing. Yeah I mean it sounds like you came out that he was kind of maybe not the Harvey. Weinstein come through sounds like all. This stuff came out about him. Yeah, you know and and I mean and who knows if it's even knows who knows, but I do feel for him that his life he just stop. Nobody is giving him work. Yeah, that's right felt like. The you know in. That's kind of worries related. Yeah Cove Nineteen people kind of losing their lives and. Stuff! Yeah, it's a crazy crazy youtube and people are like wow. He reemerged and then Madonna talking about the coronavirus. We talked about this that she said she has the antibodies and she's GonNa Roller. Windows down and let them fly out the window, so she is talking about her tour because remember she was supposed to do that. Madam X tour and it kept getting pushed back and put back, so yeah, there's a reason for that so all that good stuff coming up next hour, and then you've got to check out the picks. Franken just dot com on I just heard another infectious disease. Doctor talking about that the other day here in Salt Lake saying that. You know because they're still you know they're testing right now. They're in the midst of testing and trying to figure out who had it in and the antibody testing, and it's all new to them. This whole covid nineteen thing is new to him, and all these different signs, and they're saying exactly what we had said before we had dr read on. On, and that is you know people that have tested, and then they find out that they've had it, and they've got the antibodies to not go out in and make like you're not gonna get it again because they just don't know. They just don't know that, so. That's the thing that people they're trying to warn. People like this isn't the green light to go out and just like a I. had it I'm not. Not Getting it again because you might get it again. They're not sure. Yeah. They're not sure that is true. And then the people so weird, too. Because the more research you you do, you're like okay. What so some people are testing positive? And then they went back, and they tested negative, so they're having the positive negatives, and so that's been confusing people then. They were saying that people already had it. We're testing positive. Positive, but it was dead fragments of the virus still in their system will now they're saying with the kids and this is what's really frightening in. They're saying with little kids. and there's a number of cases in New York and there's one here. There's a couple that we know. She had it She's still. I think you know I think she's for the most part through it but her her son. Had this where in there, a little boy is about a year younger than our little boy axel and he was in the hospital, just found this out, and they were saying that it was very similar to Kawasaki Disease and that's what they're finding out now and they're thinking. His case is one of the first ones in the country. That's related to thinking that. He got it from her. And kids are reacting different. He was in the hospital for nine days. They thought he was going to die when he's to at least two and a half. So what does Kawasaki so? This is I'm not sure exactly what that is. I mean I've heard of it before, but it is affecting kids in different ways. And they were. You know they were say and I think this because she reposted and said kind of added to that and said this is. They're thinking. One of the first cases in the US was him. Just recently got out of the hospital. He was in for nine days buddy. He got it from her. So that's what? They're saying because remember before they were saying. The kids are reacting or doesn't seem like the reaction like the adults, and now they're seeing other. You know these other cases in the reacting differently. Yeah, it's so messed up the highlighted another kid in New York that was eight years old, and is eight years old and they showed him. They said one week in the had like video in this family they did. Did all the things that are right you there quarantine and trying to to keep them away from people, so they showed this video. You know there taken videos like a lot of people. Are you know for their family? Here's plan. He's like a normal eight year old, and then a week later he was hooked up to ventilators and just took. You know so. It's taking kids man in which is terrifying, oh totally. Ninety seven one Z.. Ht's frank in just show podcast here on iheartradio. let's see. Let's do a quick happy birth. Just this just came in from Listener Natalie. She said Hey. Can you do this for my son's birthday? He is six today. He loves you guys so much that he tells his daycare soon as he walks in to turn it on ninety seven hundred ht, no way like well I heart radio, ninety seven ones HD. We'd love it if you could do a birthday. Shout out to him. His name is cannon. He's listening right now until about eight fifteen so happy birthday sixth birthday birthday that is going to cannon Oh. That's a cool name. What's up, buddy? Happy Birthday. Yeah, look at that picture that sent over. Cute, oh, he's a good looking. Kid got to watch out for those girls. I'm sure they're. They're all over him. I hate. You said they started young with coop. Like and they were very aggressive now like. TIMES OF CHANGE They weren't aggressive when I was younger at least not towards me wish. Towards me, you know, they might have been aggressive towards. Other boys weren't aggressive towards me gets worse, man yeah. You told me stories, my Gosh. But anyway, so they can. We don't WanNA. Get to talk above his head like. Easily, six. I know guys. That's funny all right, so here's what we're talking about. And the reason that we're talking about is this. It's in the News Jessica Simpson her eight-year-old Daughter Maxwell apparently is reading her. Tell all memoir. Wow, yeah! So, it's like. Why would you and I? I mean the kid is GonNa hear about stuff, but you're letting her. Read this to young. To Young, I'm really open with my kid. coupes comey thirteen. The summer and I always wanted him to know for me. Not other places because my parents kept us really sheltered, and I didn't like that you know and get. You can't tell your kid absolutely hundred percent of everything like you said above their level at that point to let her read. It's 'cause I'm sure you yet eight much like one thing. If you're gonNA, tell your kids, but then oh my gosh, and again! It's like you're in the spotlight. She's in the spotlight spotlight. So how if you're releasing a book like that and you've got younger kids and she's also to read. Obviously, she's eight. I don't a lot of Info for an eight year old especially about your parents right? Yeah, so that's what we're talking about. We want to know something that you found out about your mom or dad when you were young or a little later in life, or maybe a full on adult, and it was something about their personal life, and you know your your parents are human. Their human I notice you're looking over at the facebook on. The excellent! I'm not saying nothing you're looking at. facebook live in just like parents perfect. I'll share something I don't think I've ever operatic. and. My Mom's GonNa okay. Get in trouble. You know you get grounded dude. It's my day so first of all. Let me just I'll do this. Yeah, well, it's almost H. Yeah, she might be. She might not be listening. Okay, this is something that I in its look in you know your parents are human and found out about this and I just remember it was like Oh. You know, but but again it's like I remember finding out. And then I remember giving that realness to my parents and my moss especially Let me know this is okay. This is something that happened when a guest I my brother was through I wasn't even born yet. And I'll just preface this right now. My mom probably in this is probably. For this reason and don't think she's ever really been a drinker She doesn't drink everyone I mean. We have to talk her into around the holidays or something like that mountlake Ma just have a half a glass of wine. Well I'll take a little because she. She takes a lot of medication. But model make that much more enjoyable. I'm kidding I'm kidding because people are GonNa Command Miami believe you said that. No, but I just you know we just like a half. Glad she and she might you know every once in a while, but she doesn't drink so this is a story that my brother and again this is in the in, not mom. People aren't going to judge you with the story this is. Just speaks to you being a person, so it was my dad who had to go out of town, so I guess I get I wasn't born. My brother was like axles age and my brother's a pretty sharp kid. Oh yeah, and my mom was upset I guess it was some kind of a thing where she didn't want him to go out of town. He went out of town for Work and she got upset and she I guess she drank a lot into the point where she wasn't well, and my brother called I wanna say called my uncle Frank. He called somebody in the family. Wow, yeah, to come over, so he I mean he's. He's axles age now he was like three or four, so this is before he was born when when he was five, so maybe maybe just a little older than axel, but he's A. He's a smart kid. Oh totally, but he. He called my uncle frank, and my uncle frank came over and kind of helped my mom but that was in. In. My brother remembers that and he brought it up years later. My Mom, you know obviously you hear something like that from your kid bringing them. She's like Oh. You know this, but my brother wasn't coming. He's like look. You know that just speaks to you. Being a human being I mean people. That's just nobody's coming at you now, but I remember hearing that and it didn't. It didn't like wasn't one of those where I heard it. And I, wish I had no. That was just it really made. Made my mom more real and thought she's a human being. She's the person Scott stuff to absolutely, and and and as a as a child looking you know at your parents and you put them up. There says the real people and it just gave him that he gave her that human factor I love Yeah, so, is it something that you you found out? Maybe later in life, or maybe when you're younger, but you're just like. Oh, my Gosh! It was kind of rattled you a little bit. And if you can think of something eight, two nine four five try to keep it a shortage, you can Z. HD in front of the message again. We're getting close to eight o'clock, so we're GONNA. Do tbt a little after eight so we'll get to these texts, maybe coming up in the eight and the nine o'clock hour and kind of throughout the show this morning. We're until eleven, so maybe you sprinkle some of them in in the pennock hours well. You've been listening to the ninety seven one. Frankie Judge Show podcast. Right here on iheartradio. So yesterday we did zoom though, so it was my nephew Tucker's thirteenth birthday yesterday, so my brother and his wife and two boys. They know from New York they the. He's the one that I zoom so. My mom couldn't get it. Set up on hers. I'M GONNA have to get her laptop a little bit because she didn't have in. It's a laptop that have given her in. You know, but there's no space on it I guess so. I need to get that and download zoom thing and get it all set up. So all she has to do is click on. The link the next time that we do it, so what I did. you know as far as getting around that so in Tammy wasn't There's was me and Axel. Axel, so we were on the zoom, and then it was some other family members with with Joanna's family that live here to her nephew. Mitchell lives here and he he he goes to school is finishing up at Byu and he's working here. He lives in Clearfield and then Tessa. She lives north of Salt Lake. Yes, Tessa was on with her husband West and their little boy then so they were all on, and then I have my mom on facetime and I was holding her up to to the campus to do that before. You gotTA. Make do with what you know, so. It was kind of a kind of hectic, but it was fun, and it was neat and we did it for about an hour. Really Cool. Really, really kind of sweet for Tucker. How old is maybe now? Ben is what would she say seventeen months man he is. Just getting around, he's a big hit think she said he's twenty pounds. He's walking all around. Getting and everything is awesome, so we got I mean with where we are the pandemic and everything. You gotTa love the fact that we do have the technology to help bring us together. I agree man I mean we're probably be we feeling way worse I think isolated, and we're depressed and then I got a little information to my sister-in-law Joanna, so she works at one of the big hospitals there in New York and Lower Manhattan and they live in upper west side in I. was wondering I? I didn't know how she was getting to work. Until my brother told me the other day so i. I guess it's the healthcare workers giving them free rental cars, so she's got a free rental car, but the thing is as far as where she parks it like even at work, she has to park illegally in the same thing. Upper West side were in their neighborhoods just to park illegally, and luckily they're not cracking down. Yeah, they're not cracking down on people because there's barely anybody in the streets they are able to get out and walk around with they. You know they wearing their masks and all that, but they you so it's not a lot of people in the streets, but as long as you're wearing your mask. But they're. They're going. Stir crazy. How could you not? So lucky here. We like you said we have the mountains we can hike. It's just we're spread out more I don't know how people do it when they're all confined that way so condensed and. The fact that when we were kind of we finished up, my brother stayed on the call at the tail end, but so tucker and Joanna went in to for car ride for his birthday. Basically because they have the car and they're just basically I think who he wanted to go to midtown and just kind of good drive through. The windows down and just hang out. The windows down, but yeah, yeah oh gosh. Maybe maybe not rolling the windows. New York. But anyway just want a little update. Let's get into the middle actually late edition of Hollywood headlines here and it's brought to you by uptown cheapskate this morning. All righty am excited to go back and shopping. So excited Okay Clark, I love her love her love her, and it's so crazy that this throwback photo, speaking tbt of her from idol back in the day, and she was just a kid. Teeny, tiny little thing, and now she's married with kids, and it's so neat to see her life totally open up a transform, and she'd never wanted to Trafford idol. She didn't want to try out. She didn't want to be in front of people in her friend was like you have to have people hear your voice. Her friends signed her up her idol, and then she ended up winning the very first American idol and look at her life now. She has a talk show. She has multiple times does a lot for charity. She's just Rad Chick I. Remember we had her on. I want to say. I think at the in Vegas so right. After she had one we had, we talked to her and she was great. And then we've had her on several times over the years, and even as a you know not too long ago. She's one of those that's just stayed true and it's just very very cool. Egg, tyree, humble and real southern girl. She is just down home I dig at. It hasn't really. Really changed her, but not like you. Some people get changed. Obviously. The money's GonNa Change Change Your Life. Sure hasn't really changed her. Yeah, absolutely I love that, so she's got a couple of properties on the market and I remember Jeff Our friend in program director He was talking about going to her place in Nashville, and so he went there a couple years back and it was on the market. Still on the market hasn't been able to unload that thing. Yeah, so I think. She keeps dropping the price, so she's got one. I think that's the one I want to say. It's on the market still for seven point five mill, and then She put her house in San Fernando, valley on the market, so ju just shy of ten mil cheese. It's like eight bedroom eleven bath. It actually two for one deal because it's got a two level guest house with two bedroom. Two Bath I'm like. Oh, how would that be when your family comes to visit for Christmas and you're like? It's time for you to retire to the escort. They'll be retiring. They're not they would be leaving from the guess quarters. Would come to visit and never leave okay well. Moving. I thought you were just staying for a week or two. Noise. Truck you living you, you're backing up the truck. Oh, can we have this? Yes, so tons of privacy Greenery Swimming Pool Jacuzzi Barbecue Station, and then, of course you know the dream kitchen and I've seen this kitchen before. She has three islands in the main house kitchen. That's how big that kitchen is. She needs three islands I'm like Oh Gosh, how fun would that be so yeah, so if you have ten mil, you know maybe invest in Real Estate Kelly Clarkson on the West Coast. Coast, and then Kevin Spacey is back in the Youtube video and we've got the audio. And he compares the Hashtag Metoo, shunning to what happened to him kind of correlating it to the corona pandemic, and it's all kind of fill in the blanks. Let him speak for himself, but he's gone dark ever since he was accused of doing things inappropriately to other men, and he just kind of went away, and a lot of these cases have also gone away I know some people are still. You know in the process of suing him for what had happened in. Some people have died as we are. We're death surrounded. Here's talking about losing everything. World completely changed in the fall, twee seventeen. My job. My relationships my sandy in my own industry were all gone in just a matter of hours. I don't often like to tell people that I can relate to their situation because I. Think undermines the experience that they may be having which is their own unique and personal experience, but in this instance I feel though I can relate to what it feels like to have your world southern stop. And so while we may have found ourselves in similar situations, albeit for very different reasons and circumstances, I still believe that some of the emotional struggles are very much the same. And so I do have an pathy for what it feels like. Something told you can't go back to work or that. You might lose your job and the situation that you have absolutely no control over. Twenty, seventeen I can't believe that I thought in my mind. I thought it was maybe a year and a half. You know twenty seventeen and that's right. Because he was on that show and they they ripped him off the show that you like house of cards. Yeah, and then they ended up finishing it without him through a sad story all around man it is, and that's the thing too i. mean you just never know what's behind that? Maybe this isn't true, maybe some but. But, he had dirt on some. You just never know like everything's so confusing right now on. There were several things that came out about him, and it sounds like he was a piece of work whether or not all of them were true. It sounds like he you know, but but everything was taken. He didn't. He's not getting any work. Yeah, that's nice talking about as far as that know. That's what saddens like I. Don't want anybody lose, but won't unless you're Harvey Weinstein. IRV anything but. You know it's just sad. It is. We don't know where the you know. The truth is like some of the stuff I mean. There might have been some stories where people were coming Adam trying to get money. Yeah, but then there was probably some you know. Middle of other people like. It sounds like he was kind of like predatory and member. Other people that have worked with them, said things like this is who he is, and who he was. Yeah Man. Praise, it is crazy. I can't believe it was twenty seventeen Let's see. Let's do coming up He's got a little time. We started a late with this. Let's do this. We've talked about this on and off the air, but people were talking about the simpsons how they predicted back in ninety three. This is crazy. Yeah, the whole pandemic thing we talked about how they've predicted things on the the simpsons for many years, and who are the writers behind the Simpsons? Who writes that you know there's one guy that they think people are saying that he might be. Like he might be able to jump into the future. That's she's. Right. They've been on for so long. There's been several writers over the years. Coenen was one of the head writers on since for for a long time. He's hilarious then. They're also saying in this new story that they're saying the sundance film. Festival so are very home or Barium festival. They're saying it was one of the big major things to help. Spread this virus because think about it. Everybody comes in. Everybody's mingling. It's a small area. Everybody's up in the clubs, a lot of my friends that were in the scene park city. They kind of brought it back down here where we talked about that. And that's why summit county was hit hard and ensure that was. Was the case Sundance. Hundreds of thousands of people coming through in the fact that we've got you know some of the biggest ski resorts in the West Coast or they're so people coming from all over the world so there skiing and Sundance so yeah, that's why summit. County was one of the hardest hit, and they just opened up along with the rest of the state on Friday, or as a soft opening. If that's what you WANNA, call through from red to orange. They're saying the Tony Awards may not happen at all this year, because a lot of awards shows in different, things are going virtual zoom viral. That type of thing you're saying I'm aligned with that. The. Be Honest. No no I'm I'm fine with nine. Awards. There's one award show that I. I've never ever watched in like any ever. It's too much singing and dancing going to dance the thing about i. just feel bad for them. All these people that have worked worked hard and have that recognition that and then let's see oh. Madonna I promised this talk. To you, so Madonna kept cancelling her madame x tour and the reason. Why is she had krona virus? So she ended up testing positive for antibodies, and she said that means that had the virus, so her and her staff had this really bad flu, and they were like. Oh my gosh. This is the worst flu we've ever had. And it was the end of the tour that she had in Paris. And so she's like thank God. We're all healthy now. Because when they started kind of connecting the dots when things were coming out, there were like wait. We have that weight. You had that, so then. They all got tested until was. Did they say? It's not a curiosity funding that it was here obviously earlier than what we all thought. She said about two months ago at least two months ago. So what are we just beginning of May? So yeah about two months ago, they were just finishing, Paris, and just all of them were wiped out. I mean everybody recovered, but yeah they they were like. What is this flu? This terrible and then coming up next hour nine twenty one. One and stick around. We've got a JOE exotic story got some more celebrity estate and a lot of good stuff coming up, and then in the meantime you can check the Hollywood headlines Picks Franken just dot com, because Adele looks completely different like single life is obviously good for her. She celebrated her thirty second birthday which I swear, she just had a birthday Mike. Has it been a year already, but people are talking about this photo. Because she totally look like. Oh! Almost looks like Emily Blunt. kind of a new bright and. Looks like one of my friends back home. I'm like how what is happening just totally different. So she's single. She, of course has her little boy and yeah, thirty second birthday, so she was thinking all the nurses yesterday in the healthcare workers for National Nurses Day, but yeah. Check out the pick I mean it's just look. I mean she's teeny tiny, teeny tiny we were. We were listening to Adele in our office yesterday after the show and. Videos and you're just like you. You can't even believe it's the same person says I mean she looks that different at shocking gotta check it out a Frankie and just dot com think about. When she hit the scene boy, there was a a voice people like who is this woman right that she liked, came hit and hit out of nowhere, and just took you know radio for a number of years, and then she kind of went dark, and then right and Caq a little bit. She's amazing crazy. Ninety seven one. Frankie and just show podcast here on iheartradio. Threw out a little earlier, a lot of people's. We're going to get to as many texts here, and then maybe a little after nine o'clock, and throughout the nine o'clock hour. We've got some other things that we're gonNA talk about as well we're. Until eleven o'clock from now on until Kinda somewhat get back to normal. Our schedules have changed of with yours Here's what we're talking about why we're talking about it so Jessica Simpson her eight-year-old daughter. Maxwell apparently is reading her. Tell all book. As I Iowa's really. So, what about when you found out something personal about your mom or dad kind of rocked you. You're like Whoa, what now But at the same time we talk about this, but humanizes your parents so I know some of the stuff that we're gonNA share here's like Whoa it's it's. It's probably traumatic totally as a child, and whether you're younger or teenage, whatever twenties full on adult and you find out something it sure can rattle you, but at the same time you got to look at it and go you know your mom and dad are just human human beings and. Like people are flawed. Yeah, we all. We all are imperfect, exactly so but these are interesting tax, two nine, four, five, just trying to keep it a shortage. You can when you listen into the show Z. HD in front of your message, so many found. My mom has cheated in every relationship. She's had and don't even know who my dad is. So gotta get a DNA test. Oh Wow, oh, yeah, now listen said after my mom died found out that we have a half sister we've never heard of. It was a result of data having an affair. My Gosh, i. mean these are just you guys some of these like what has? Wild can't even fathom so I, told you, and I won't say who it is, but at somebody that I know that found out win. She was fifteen that her mom is so crazy to even think about her mom had left. A whole like family behind, so she had other kids that she left with an alcoholic ex husband. Oh. So she left these kids because this person when she was fifteen, so this person's father basically gave her an ultimatum, and said it's either them or me, and she chose him the guy and left yeah, with the left the kids with alcoholic abusive father. So. How would that be man to find that out that? Just like that was fifteen when this person found out that that's what their mom did. I mean that would that would rattle like it's one thing to, but you're like you left kids I now in an abusive household now and you chose are debt, so how that would kind of like. Probably. You'd still be in therapy to this day. I'm. Trying to to deal with that I bet a tough one can't even imagine, and that's the thing like people of you know sound mind or better situations. You know it's easy to judge, but who knows what was going on with that that time you know if she raises, who knows? It's easy to judge and who know until you're in the shoes. Found out my mom was engaged before meeting and marrying. My Dad was just scanning a bunch of old photos of my parents in came across these engagement photos like awkward. Who the hell's this guy who is? Still! Guys Look. Awfully in love their, did you? Were engaged. This is out of before. My Mom died that she was raped by my father and I was the by product Oh wow. recently found out that my mom had been smoking the devils lettuce. Five, or six years had no idea just chronic pain, so it makes sense, but well not the woman to you know that you would think with smoke the weed. Let's see. My mom was going to divorce my dad when I was younger, and then she was trying to find someone to take me before she passed away well, neither happened before she died, and I found this out a couple of years ago, well found that when I was twenty three that my dad had an affair, and I had half sister between my brother, and I were fourteen months. Months apart the only reason I was mad. Is that know I missed out on another sibling I'm thirty now. We all have great relationships. Since she comes the founding family gatherings just sucks. They're like I would have wanted to know so. We could have grown up together. That's the thing that when people keep that sort of thing i. know when you have family members that keep that in this. And like you said I guess you don't know until you're in that, but it's seems a you know outside looking in so selfish. Totally you know when you're keeping that and you're keeping. I don't WANNA I don't WanNa mess. These kids up and bring introduced this. And what if this doesn't work out? My kids are mad at me. I mean that's the thing you. I think some people do have not everybody, but I think a lot of people have good intentions, and then you're afraid of it. It's going to go the wrong way. Then you hear like another child that could have had this other family I know. You growing up and that's that's the thing that breaks my heart. Is it sad right after my dad passed away, my sister had told me that he cheated on my mom of Times Oh. Wow, I found out my dad cheated on his first wife with my mom. I was fourteen I found a letter. They wrote to the first presidency of the LDS Church so they could be forgiven and get married in the temple. Letter was hidden in a family photo album. Oh Boy, Oh, boy, scouting! We're talking about when you found out something about your mom or Dad. Something personally a personal. Personal about them. And then it just rattled you at eight to nine, four, five found out. My Dad had a five-year affair before I was born with my mom's best friend, and they had a kid. Oh my Gosh! My mom was forced to have an abortion when she was sixteen, and she still lives with that regret every day. found out my mom was. Oh Gosh, okay, so dad was at work, and it looks like the dads brothers came over, and they had some fun with Mommy. Oh, so yeah, it was three people having a good old time. DAD was out working. You listening to the haven't seven one. Frankie and just show podcast right here on iheartradio. All right so here's what we're talking about that. As when you found something on about your parent, your mom or dad something personal. That rocked you at eight, hundred four five. The reason we're talking about if you're just tuning in to the nine o'clock Hour Jessica Simpson her eight year old daughter Maxwell. Apparently is reading her. Tell all book. which is like what why would you? Too, young too young. Yeah, I mean some of the stuff that we were talking on the show like it was brutal. Yeah, like the letter. Read it or maybe I know. Don't even know how to how how would to go about that as a parent because you're very open, right as far as your life is out there, it's an open book literally, and then you writing a book, a tell all book. You've got an eight year old. That would be territory that I'm glad that you know we. Were higher profile I guess as far as what we do, but we have you know and we do put a lot out there, but we also have control, and it's not like some of the celebs that I don't know. Right in these. Tell all books and and having kids that are in their tweens and teens and having to deal with that social media. Buddy just thing that I don't even I'm glad that we're not in that one I. would say you know if I were her and like I said you can't judge until you're in the shoes I would. If there was a book like that would ask my kids like Hey, wait to your eighteen when you're eighteen. I want you to read it when you're an adult and we can talk about it, but I mean an eight year old kid This is too young and I don't know if they would wait 'til. They're eighteen, but yeah I agree. Eight is way too young. Young to know some of the things that we said some of the stuff that we talked about I can't imagine the other stuff that's in there, but when you found out something about your mom or Dad, personally rock you. At eight to nine four five junior high found at my grandpa used to beat the hell out of my mom when she was a kid rocked my world. Oh Sad, and if you have younger ears again, just kind of preface with either earmuffs or get them out of the room. It could be something a conversation that you might not WanNa have. Some of these little. You know little heavy. Caught my dad watching some stuff online. He been blaming it on my teenage brothers for ages, so he was definitely addicted to watching stuff online Horno Yep Let's see what talking to my mom. Because lie after lie, she was manipulative. A con artist found she burned down three houses and a hotel for insurance money yet. She claims I'm the crazy one, so they're like okay. Okay I'm tapping out. You're not so your mom's on Yup crazy. Why found out last year that she had a sister that her mom placed for adoption fifty one years prior, mom passed away fifteen years ago in the family kept it a secret after her death, the DNA tests led to the discovery SURPRI ANCESTRY DOT, com, or something like that and you're like wait. Is this girl? This, one's a my dad was always has been my rock when I was in my twenties after my first child. My Mom told me that my dad. Had, a year and a half long affair with a woman, and this was while she was with me in the hospital. It crushed me, but I still love my dad, and he still my rock US tough. Yeah, and I mean again. Some of these stories you hear something about your mom or Dad, and it just humanizes him. Yeah, some of way too much like what mom was burning down houses. And buildings insurance money. This out when I was twenty two may dad at ten years older than let's say today. What is this found out? When I was twenty two that my dad was ten years older than they had all told us is was twenty years older than my mom was a teacher professor student situation. Grab the. Older like mad? Aging! Not Eighty more sunscreen. He's only thirty nine and he looks like he's in his fifties. My mom was a teen and ended up place in a baby for adoption. I have a brother that I. don't know and I found out when I was twenty five Let's see my husband's the only child. As far as we thought, but doing my father-in-law's taxes found out. He's paying child support on eight different kids all of them. My husband never knew existed, and he is obviously not met them. Eight kids wow. Gosh that would. That, yes, boy again! Yeah humanizing your parents and then. That's a little like Whoa. Dad's rowdy. What now oh, man, my mom's always been so judgy about people having sex before marriage found out my thirties that she had sex with friends when she was a teen and she had a pregnancy scare. Nobody's perfect mom. Let's see when I was in high school I found out that I had an older half. Sister I grew up with her when to school with her. Mom didn't even tell me she was my half sister till I was sixteen. I half sister didn't know either. Wow, Geez man! You hear a lot of those. When I was a teenager about fifteen years ago, my dad, my sister. That my mom, who is perfect and doesn't break any laws, not even speeding. Jeez, taking jail for shoplifting, when I was little at the store with their sisters, and all their little kids, she was caught and taken to jail, and that's one of those because see as Karen in the closet and you're, and you're like kind of put me boating and in their faces and like your mom. Doesn't you know we're this and we're perfect were perfect and then you get the information. You. Know that's one. They'll revel in it. It's going to be careful with that kind of Oh. Ever, yes, cool mail and your kids that you're putting your like your perfect. Yeah, that's just ridiculous. Your stuff on other people man is fifteen years old. When into my parents closet to find picture album came across a book that one hundred. Other Positions Act Say Open it up. It was all stick photos. Oh. This is so funny. Okay, so that's not a bit I. Don't think that's a big deal. Do you had a book like that? Maybe maybe it wasn't their type of personality. Maybe that's not who they were. I don't know there's just basically textbook I guess. Would you find it when you're little? Forces has a sex, so it's going to be like fifteen. Yeah when I was six, I learned that smoking was bad for you in that. My Dad smoked sex or six six. Six. Go. Let's not. Learned that smoking was bad when I was in school and told my dad to stop smoking, because he she he or she found out he was a smoker. He said okay, but found out four years later. He never stopped Oh Jeez stopped. I remember that my mom was more of a social smoker when she gets stressed and so never in the house. Of course, she didn't like the smell or anything like that, but my sister I can't remember what birthday it was but Mr Trina was like for my birthday when you quit smoking and broke my mom's heart. She didn't realize it was that because it was very infrequent and you guys you about it when you're younger. She go outside on the cordless phone and have a cigarette and talk to her girlfriends kind decompress. It wasn't she wasn't like a every day. It was like kind of a social thing for her in and the distress, but yet she quit for Trina for her birthday. I found out when I was young and it didn't. You know just again humanized my dad, but he was, he started smoking at like twelve eleven or twelve, and he smoked and I. Don't remember I don't have any memory memory of it but I guess. He stopped smoking when I was like about four or five. Is when he kicked kicked. People smoke back in the day dude. Like two packs a day, and it was one of those were my uncle. My late Uncle Franks from my mom's younger brother in they were buddies. My my dad and my uncle, frank, so my uncle frank said you couldn't quit. I bet you. He's like you could not quit smoking in my dad's I could quit. I could quit tomorrow if I wanted to like. Let's bet so. It was one of those and then my dad. Yeah, he quit cold, Turkey and then my mom said he was just a beast a bear. Oh, yeah, for like how? To the point where she was like, go back to smoking. You're a jerk. Yeah, so mean but I. Don't have any memory of him smoking, but I did know, but he was very honest. He was like look man. He was honest with us when we were growing up. He was like I did things. I am not proud of him. I smoked I started eleven or twelve, because he didn't unfortunately didn't have a father, you know. His father died when he was four five, he had a father figure Luigi. who was like an older brother? Slash father figure to him He also introduced him to stuff to drinking and stuff like that. You know so. It was kind of like this he helped. Keep them on a path, but then probably. Like an older brother would introduce you to things that kind of thing, the double sword, but. This one, said My father end up having a lot more kids than we knew about. I was nine years old when I found out. I have four siblings at that age and ancestry. There's fifteen of us. No joke man born in the late twenties I was born in the late seventies I'm the youngest, so they were saying have a good day, guys, but yeah fifteen siblings. Well, we talk about the you know the DNA testing, and how cool that is to find out about your past, and then the flip side to that one eight hundred worms. Oh, boy, yeah, in some of the families that you know these secrets that they've been able to keep secret and they come out. Found out a few years ago, this text eight nine for five. My Dad was once imprisoned in Mexico. My grandfather, who had connections with people back in the day arranged to get him out. He doesn't know that I know. People in his defense go to prison in Mexico. You're watching. The therapy all right? We're GONNA get to some more of these because there's some good ones. I I to set this one up too so we can maybe get some tax for the nine in the ten o'clock hour because Ron Eleven someone Get into it with this. That's nice right Mr Rogers. So we want to throw this out just for you know hoops in giggles here but I've got some to start it off with. Maybe I'll share when we get into some of the tax, but we want to know something. Nice that your did for you during the pandemic. It's something that one of our neighbors who we don't really know that well. Something really really cool that. She did for for us and a bunch of people in our. It's something really really neat and again we know her, but not as well as I. Know like you know the our neighbors Craig and Shannon Jason Genetic. and Richard and Christie or Christian and Mark. We've got a bunch of neighbors that were close to. We don't really know this couple that well, and they live like just a few houses away. It's one of there pretty quiet to themselves, but something that she did that was Ju-. If Florida's and I've got a picture. It's a picture. Okay, and I'll share that with you, and maybe even we'll. Post it, but it's really neat and something that she took the time to do for all the neighbors in the neighborhood kind. You really kind of NEAT so well. Yeah, if something that you want to share with us that your neighbor did recently for you during the pandemic at eight to nine four five, we'll get to those texts. Seven one ht's Frankie and jess show podcast here on iheartradio. All right so Mr Joe Exotic, even though he's locked up his beloved. Animal, kingdom if you will zoo, it's been taken over and they reopened the. They did the soft opening this past weekend. Here we go. I. Should do at this really we should. Thank her. visit on, so yeah. They reopened it and it was jeff that swindler. You're going to get more into that now that you're halfway through. You're going to get more into meeting. Jeff, this con- guy and you know Joe saying that he was taken for a ride and I were like Bs. Your you know your skis, squeezy and Sleazy, and then you're like okay. Wait. Maybe he was. Because this guy and we know a guy like this. I'm not going to say who it is on the air, but I'll tell you off the air guy. That's just a swindler, and he's good looking, and he's smooth, and you're like. Wait what where my pants. Where's my wall named L. Gosh? We're not knowing the facebook live, so we're getting ready to do physical just like. How do you get away with this stuff? How do you get away with? Laugh? Joe For ride, so jeff and his wife Lauren. They needed people this weekend. The fans I walked around West packed, but they had to follow CDC social distancing guidelines sanitation protocols which is I. If you've watched any JOE, exotic tiger, king episodes and get rid of that that. facebook live. Okay, so we can zoom in. Looks like a big flower with grass. doodle usually. Her you know an exotic animal, farms and Oklahoma, and of course we're talking about. Carol Baskin off the air. Because she had that interview, allegedly Jimmy Fallon where she got duped. These two guys said they were producers of the show and they. They just played clips of Jimmy asking questions, and then they I think they had a glitch on one unless it was on purpose, I think they just pressed it, and it didn't really quite flow with the questionnaire that they were doing before, so then she was like what and then they're like. Oh do and then depressed another one. And then it like flew flew through it where they felt like it was real. We've got posted a frankie. Just come I gotTA watch that, but everybody's still talking about. How do. I. Guess they're youtubers. You says pretty popular. Yeah she's kind of Kooky, so she didn't know what was going on, wants she? You know. She said after that she's like. Oh, she didn't really say anything incriminating. It was a pretty straightforward interview, but yeah, she definitely got duped. Joe Exotic I'm sure he's upset that. People are just in droves going to this zoo of his that he ran forever, and it was his pride and joy, and that's this. Jeff Guy totally swindled him out of the zoo. It's crazy. Yeah, they reopened over the weekend, and now with tiger and everybody watching it during quarantine. They have more I mean. They're gonNA. Make so much money off of that because people want to go there in person to be a part of it, so it sounds like the swindlers get swindled is what it sounds like what this, because it sounds like a in some way, shape or form. They're all kind of swindlers. Cons and just cheap people at Jeff is number one. Yeah, yeah, so good. He's so good so good. You'll see it and you're just like what this guy. Yeah. It's crazy. I'm going to have to rewatch episode four because I. was talking about this with my wife Tammy yesterday and she's like. Do you remember and you and I do vaguely remember so i? Was You know I had my Cossio yes. Or whatever so. So I vaguely remember at someone have to go back and watch. Man is one of those mentioned him in that episode. Right I think that's where they start using jeff about halfway through. He was the Bandanna on the baseball CAP. He's he's. He's hanging on. I'm saying it on man, saying and then all hanging out. All of them are. Piercing. Face, So there's like a hitman. You'll get introduced to Allen. The hitman I mean there's some messed up stuff. Man, so yeah. I can't wait to get through your bag. What the? And then we're talking about this briefly earlier, Kylie Jenner. She's like a mogul when it comes to real estate, so she just added another five acres of real estate portfolio, fifteen million for dirt, fifteen million this vacant. STURT, it's in hidden hills, and it's mostly five flat acres, which is awesome, which is a record for that area I mean this is like prime prime real estate, so Miley had the property five ago and she kept her horses there. And then she sold at three years later, and there was a new owner that raised the house, but never built a home on it, and so they were like okay ended up selling. It didn't do anything with the property, so she just bought a ton. Ton of property in Palm Springs, because I know her mom has Kris. Jenner has stuff in Palm Desert. And then she spent through thirty six point five million in that humbly hills estate that we just talked about she kind of going back and forth she got a good deal on that house, and she's bought a couple of properties from the certain certain guy. She's bought two mansions from this one guy, so he gave her a deal on this one because she's a return customer. She bought it, and then now they can't find it. What because it's hidden. Dead Joke. Important. I was I was? A dead. Preparative. Speaking of being a dad, they had their baby a year ago. Baby Archie Royal Baby Archie is one. He's the cutest thing thing to have. You seen pictures of him I have oh, he's a doll. There's a video that it's funny. Because with this, I grabbed audio on it, and this is what now so they're like? Oh, it's revealed what what they call. Baby Arch has nicknamed rabbit. He's about to eat a carrot. Next page regards. That's the. Let's go to the next picking. That's the nickname arched. Okay, of course. Yeah. I thought it was something. I listened to the the rest of the clippings. She's reading to them. That's the you re this story. It's revealed that the nickname that the royals call baby archie. Arch, oop it I thought it was something other than that. I don't think that's how weird here's a little. Here's a little hint for you. Here's a clue. Guess what we call Cooper for short. Who? That's ridiculous me on all the media sometimes parrots. In Hidden Valley. I thought that was cute. And the Brad Pitt and Jolie are on good terms I guess things are better than they have been, which is good there cordial and they're working towards the resolutions that work for each of them and their six kids now. The oldest boy's maddox impacts have nothing to do with Brad. They've completely written him off, but he still gets updates about them from their mom. Yeah, he definitely sees younger children every few days, which is good Maddux's eighteen now packs of Sixteen Sahara, fifteen shallows, thirteen and then. then. The twins Knox and Vivian are eleven so Angelina Jolie. I guess has been really impressed. That Brad has stayed sober, and that was one of the big things that ended their marriage. She was like done down with the drinking and He made a change, so it sucks. That I had to come to that, but he obviously turned his life around, and we don't know what you know has happened behind the scenes can. We can assume but but I I hope. I hope that that Angelina helps maybe. He'll the relationship with the two or three. I should say with two kids and Brad. Because I do have I mean I don't have a hunch that she had something to do with you know playing those kids against acidly with the dad I mean come on, know. She was feeding stuff you know, and and play in those kids against their father. Maybe man maybe never know she's definitely not well. It seems like the type to do that. I could see it and then meek mill he. He and his woman, they just had a baby, and it was on his thirty third birthday. So that's Kinda cool. WHO'LL BIRTHDAY GIFT? So? They had their first kid together. He's got other children from other relationships, but meek mill's woman is Milano and she's a fashion designer. A lot of people know her into in the industry, so he's a cookies. Best Gift I know to their delicious loves those cookies to bring those to us. He would go to with. What's that far far? Wasn't in Valley. Valley. Older Greek stories Dave. From of course full House, and he came out and just said Hey I support Lori. Laughlin I believed that she had good intentions, and she is a good friend, and I'll always stand by her side so I thought it was pretty good as a friend you supporter yeah yeah yeah, and then G, G and Zane of course there, pregnant with a baby girl, and their due later this year, so they're super excited. Sources are saying. Saying that. Zane pop the question since they're going to be expanding and having a family together, so we'll have to see if that's rumor or truth. And you said there quarantine on her family's farm in Pennsylvania pretty much come from a lot of money. Yeah, and G.'S MOM is so excited. She looks that'd be a grandma and yeah, she's. She's in a better place. She was the one of the real housewives Oh okay of Beverly Hills. She the blonde. Okay. She had lime or Lupus or Lime disease. So, she's feeling lot better now and then Michael Jordan. My man has been watching this. The series that's on and thank God. They've got something because ESPN's like. We have no sports. Play, but. They were talking about Michael Jordan when he got just insanely famous, he couldn't even go to the grocery store. Of course so in Chicago he would have to wait until the store was getting ready to close, and he would have certain days and times that he would call the manager like GonNa. Come in, and so they'd stay open a little bit longer for him, and he felt really bad for doing that, but he would break. Break off like fat tips for the staff, and for their troubles for staying later, and they just said he was always kind he just wanted to come in and be able to go up and down the aisles and have some alone time and bias, food and just. Just not have people mobbing him for autographs and picks, so it's kind of on a side. Note here since I just mentioned are a little boy axel so I. Think I've mentioned. He's got a little It's a little Michael Jordan. Figuring like this little rubber thing, it's like the I don't know what the brand is called where they have the the big heads on them whatever bobble, but it's kind of Yannis. It's like A. it's a little toy or whatever and we got that when we visited Chicago last year we were there on vacation. Slash big business for my wife. She was doing a a a show there for three M, so we bought this little, and he loves Michael Jordan and So we bought. It forms to selects sometimes when we take a bath. He's like I want Michael Jordan, so he's like he plays in the bath with them. And then this thing back and forth with us. He thinks that he played for the jazz and I'm like buddy. He doesn't. He's like he played for the jazz data. I'm like buddy he never. For the jazz players Chicago, Tago, and the wizards. He didn't play that he argues with my gosh and I'm like just said no doubt he sometimes, he'll try to bait me, so let's say you know. Where's Michael, Jordan, and then then he's I. Get it for me is like this yup? There's Michael Jordan. He played for the Jazz. He is a mini year now and I just said Emily can I let it go him like letting go I'm not casinos doing? He's trying to me into a fight. I know right. Now, we have a little instigating. That's so cute. Yeah, he's been sticking his tongue out like MJ to, and it's getting to the point where we're putting the stuff on it, and we kind of stay on top of it, and then just takes maybe a day to lick and stick. Dude get your tongue. He's like let's watch base jamming. He's doing this whole thing when he shooting hooper winning were playing hockey. Hung out. That's cool. Check out all the picks of the Hollywood headlines. Photos and we've got a Dell who looks completely different. Everybody's talking about this photo. It's it's shocking. It's literally shocking. She looks like Emily Blunt Yeah. She does I mean I. Thought when you I mean, you said you before we got into that. You said it was It was Adel, but it looks like if you would wouldn't have said who it was I. Want said that's. Absolutely yeah, she's I mean she's just looks completely different of thirty second birthday I we've got the picture. Elon Musk's new baby boy, and then some really sweet photos of Vanessa Bryant, her girls, so check them out bringing. Just DOT COM. You're listening to the ninety seven one. Frankie, and just show podcast right here on iheartradio. com. It's time for our friend Nicole from America for spending any right now. How you doing Nicole? I'm doing good. How are you guys doing awesome? So one of the topics before we get into some of the things that you guys in America I doing one atop time we throw it yesterday. Americans have turned to comfort buying during this pandemic so in the last couple few weeks. You want to share something with us that you maybe bought online or just bought because you're gonNA trying to take away the stress with this pandemic. So I found a little the comfort bank And some of it is just like you know being home, and I know that you guys have seen if you've driven by a home improvement store, but seeing stuff that needs to be like like in your house and updating so donald hot. Where can I read you in a bathroom? Also bought a couple pairs of shoes and. Some clothes animal. Yeah we're. Having a right to your house. We're shop. Where do you get your shoes and clothes were buy them from J. Dot, com, or Amazon or stitch fix so something from Amazon, but I actually bought My shoes from Nordstrom and DILLARD's. They shipped from there, so. What about your husband does he buy things is he bought anything in the last couple of weeks, or is he not really into that? You know buying shopping. he's. He is shopping for a lawnmower, but he has not found what he likes. He's shopping for a writing about more. Fun, Has Not purchased yet, so is shopping. That's funny. No, e- You said you guys are remodeling a bathroom. So are you both doing it? Does he do it or you guys farmer in and out or what? No. We're both doing it. My husband's be handy, so he's He's helping me out and He's he paints houses, and he built the furniture Super Handy Manley. Is Manley I? Envy that NBC. Big Time. Hey? You guys are doing some awesome things. We had a couple of weeks ago America First Credit Union now. Or you're still doing the scholarship. You're still giving those away, right? Yes so those It actually closed on April the deadline, but right now we are committee is reviewing them we'll. We'll be announcing by the end of May by May. Twenty ninth who those recipients were, they'll be notified. so we're just working on getting those scholarships out We also did scholarships last fall with Game night live as well as Thursday night lights Friday night rivals with cage. House and Cam White you in the process, it's heavy though scholarships out right now. so it's kind of a busy time for I. Now, this is something that I love. So you guys obviously have partnerships longstanding partnerships with businesses and organizations throughout the state a lot of them have been affected by Cova Nineteen, so you guys are helping kind of get the word out for these different partners that you have out there and partnerships. Yeah. We're trying to come up with and help them. come up with creative ways to engage with their audiences, virtually and some of the things that we've done for example with Real Salt Lake we've helped them develop an whole workout with their trainers and That's been kind of fun to watch online as well as we helped kick off feeding the front line with the foundation and helping feeding their frontline workers, and we were able to make a substantial donation to that to help kick that program. Program off. That's neat and some of the partners. If you want to see the video so I was fortunate, enough and thankful to you guys for reaching out for me to be a part of it but there's this really cool video that America First Credit Union has put together with a all their partners, and it's just. It's just really neat during this pandemic. Yes, so we've posted that at Frankie just dot com. If you want to check it out so fun doing that, so I appreciate. You guys reaching. That was amazing, and it's just amazing to see how everybody's coming together to you know, try to encourage people to stay positive and to stay connected and involved and yeah, that was a great great being and clad to have you part of that. Yeah, and if you want to see it, it's Frankie and just dot com, and then let's talk about some of the branches, so you guys are I know. Some of your locations were open Are you looking? To open more as the. SOFT OPENING FOR UTAH. So yes, we did during this whole crisis close down some of our branch locations. The majority of them stayed open, but we did. Shut down a few of them. We have adjusted our branch hours. and you know our standpoint. Moving forward is things are working well we're able to serve our members with the branch hours that we have in the branch locations that are open as well as our online and mobile services. So we're going to take kind of a slow approach to reopening you know our main concern is the health and safety of our members and our employees, and if it's working right now, we're gonNA stay the course. And just evaluate as you know things start to slowly open and kind of watch that that we're going to take the slow and steady approach, and and just kind of see what happens. That's more. We'll keep you informed. Go to America for DOT. com, all the information about cogut and branch hours and locations that are open are all posted there seeking get the latest information, but again our biggest concern is the health and safety of small those in pets. May come into our branches and we just WANNA make sure we're doing the right thing, and you should be taken advantage of the mobile and online banking here. I mean if you're not I mean the APPS are free in their easier, you know. If you if you're not, maybe this is a good chance to start getting kinda million, because it really is easy to change your life, you know with that Oh. Yeah I'm bill, pay and everything, so if you haven't now's the perfect opportunity, do so. All Right? Nicole will take care. Stay safe and we'll talk to you in a little bit. Okay all right. Thanks so much. It's nine fifty three. We're getting close to another chance. At one thousand dollars, said David. From Eagle Mountain just one this morning. We want you to be next so that keywords coming up at ten o'clock here ninety seven. Ninety seven one. Franken. Just show podcast here on iheartradio. About ten four and ninety one the Celtics number one hit music station with Frankie ingests item to Thursday Friday eats one of the things that we throughout all earlier this morning. Want to know something Nice that your neighbor did for you at eight to nine four five recently during the pandemic the reason is in. This is kind of a silver lining I. Think about with what we're going through. I can't tell you how many of our neighbors we have talked to. And the last couple of months people that we you know we go months without seeing even in the summertime in a liquid cause you with your garage. With our garage, pull the car in, and you get out of the car, so you're not really outside different routines. Yeah, and of course the summertime you're out more but now with everybody being outside and trying to spend as much time outside right even before the the warmer weather. I mean you're out trying to just gonNA, bring and do that. I can't tell you how many of the neighbors that we just haven't conversations and I love it, and just we love our neighbors. We we live in the best neighborhood, but one of the neighbors that we have, so we're not. We don't really know that well, so we've met him over the years and they. You know maybe getting together at another neighbor's house kind of a you know a neighbor, function or whatever? but again don't really know that well something that this neighbor of ours Mary. She went around the neighborhood like in our cul de sac, and was taking pictures one day into the point where. We didn't even realize it was her. Because that's how we don't hear that often, and it was kind of like. Who is that person taking pictures? And then we realized from another neighbor unlike Mary has, it didn't recognize her. And what she was doing was taking pictures of of the front door entrances of the home, and she's an artist, and so we got this about I don't know a week or two later. And this is the front. Door and she did the sketch. Yeah and it's like colored and it's awesome. Yeah, and she had a really nice sweep personalized message on the back and said that each of you know. She told us like the time of day that this was taken, and how each of our full front entrances on the on the house have like just a their own little story and own little feel. And, it was just the neatest thing so. Center, a message back like Oh. My Gosh, you're so talented and thank you this. We cannot wait to display this in the house beautiful. Get it framed. Isn't that knee cooler ever? Yeah, that is really cool. I WANNA posted, but it's like the front door of her house I don't know if I WANNA post that or not, but. It's really it's really a sweet gesture. Yeah, that was nice. So what does it something that you can think of maybe with your neighbors in the last little bit here during the pandemic something that they did for you, that was just you know nowhere like Oh, my Gosh, I'll nice nice sweet neighbor. Carly dropped off phys, my favorite diet coke with coconut and align all my gosh. I was so excited and the. The JANIKA, she is like the best neighbor of all neighbors, and she's such a good friend. Banana bread twice two different dinners like she's always got leftover pizza, or she made this yummy soup one night, and then she makes this Mexican like like soup. I guess too, and she just very thoughtful reaching out seeing if she can bring anything over she's. She makes cookies all the time. She's just awesome. That's neat. NEAT, we, we have some other neighbors to their thoughtful this way and it's like when you think about I. We need to do more things for our neighbors. We're not you, but with Marian and Clark so they they're on the other part of the cul de sac, and and they just want. It was maybe three weeks ago. They draw, or they mailed us this This letter and it was kind of A. A A letter to all the neighbors, but then there was some trees, so they highlights and trees that are indigenous to You know here in Utah, and then just like a little you know like to be on the lookout for these trees, and it was just a relief, and they do things like that a lot and Clark. They're really sweet neighbors in that. You know where she's just you know doing. Just it's like wow, you are, so people are Nice, and it's nice to be in a neighborhood like that and I know you guys are looking for a home. To and you guys are excited to be a part of neighborhood. Yeah, but one thing that we did see during this way I think. I mentioned it off the Air It was a couple of weeks ago. There was Sweden who it was but they went around to every single at least on our street, every single house and put a post. It notes on the doors. How like really cute messages on them like at one one of them was. Smiling it's contagious. Just put like the different messages and it's cool to. It was cool to dislike. Drive down the street and see them all. Notes on the doors. That's cool awesome, but we had some text there. We want to share some. What is it that your neighbor did for you? Recently? During the pandemic, a pandemic that was nice at eight, hundred, four five couldn't find paper anywhere. My neighbor found some bought it for me, Oh, it's not big thing. Man are cute neighbor. brought us three packs a Kleenex the stores were all out of P just to make sure. The girls in the house were covered, so that was sweet. Neighbors of the best during this crazy time, they brought my husband and dinners all the time. sometimes I didn't have to cook most of the week. They'll also bring us beer. which may husband happy to? They're the best neighbors and some of our best friends and I just appreciate everything they do for us. Sweet sweet neighbor found out I couldn't find any disinfecting products, so she gave me some of her supplies. sounds like nothing. Nothing big, but it was a big deal for my family to stay safe and healthy, and I love her, and then addition. Oh, the pandemic, so her husband ended up having a relapse, and now he's in Rehab. So the neighbors did an egg hunt for the four year old, and continue surprise him with little surprises, gifts, and the neighbors just incredible. Just trying to keep keep them going I'll tell you. The neighbor's can make or break. Your experience like in your neighborhood absolutely and having good neighbours It's like. You cherish it. Hard if you want to share something here eight to nine five, just keeping as you can T in front of your message ten. Ten Ten. You've been listening to the ninety seven one HD Frankin. Just show podcast right here on iheartradio. Ninety, seven, one, aged, ten, thousand, nine hundred forty minutes here, another chance of thousand Bucks Jeff. McCartney's takeover Friday even eleven o'clock. You'll have a chance for the thousand keyword. Pay Your bills. You could be like listener David. He's our latest winner one. I believe earlier this morning from Eagle mountain thousand dollars, so everybody's been talking about the murder Hornets. These Hornets that are killing honeybees and they're designed to do that and it's terrifying. It's like something out of a movie writer like as they're saying like a a scary cartoon with these murder, Hornets, and there are they. They've spotted on my guests last year in Washington state, so they can decimate a live in like two or three hours, so it's already we've already had CCD. The colony collapse disorder for what I don't know twenty something years or Or at least twenty years that's been a problem like we need. Our bees or honeybees a now. This is a problem and they're coming from from Asia from Japan and they think what had happened. Is they stowed away on some shipping vessels, right but here's the good news as far as where we live here in Utah so bug AC. Experts here in the state of. Utah said you know if they do end up coming here to. To the state, they probably most likely won't thrive here because of the allegation how it is so those are things that it doesn't like it likes you know as far as likes the wetter climates, and what? I guess your Washington State, so that sounds like they're able to t t to thrive there and they're just not. They're thinking that. It's probably not a good chance that they'll like it here if they do end coming here and if that. That is the case I think I'd read or heard one of the stories saying that maybe in five years that they could. Possibly you know be spotted, but they're trying to be vigilant and and people keep an eye out for them, so they can try to destroy their populations when they find them, but again the good thing about where we live, they probably will not like you know the allegation and the dry climate here and then we'll be safe. This because it's been going around for the last week with these murder Hornets and it was like Oh, Gosh, can things get any? Jumanji. And you're like trying to get outside when you can. It's like now. We're really not GONNA be able to go outside. Because these murder Hornets and the thing that was terrifying to here's like these These experts saying that have been stung by them. It's like a poker poker being jabbed in your, that's how the are. They said, and they stink through. Be Suits. Yeah, so that's another thing was hell. Yeah, and there you like two inches long look. They're massive man. Disgusting so again, ignorance as They shouldn't be happy here if they end up. Do Coming Look. Actively coming to get you, they look evil. It's. A trip, right? We're GONNA. Come back here and we're going to get into the these texts a little earlier in the show, because this really good ones and there are a little lengthy We appreciate tax into the show. We wanted to know something that you found out about your mom or dad, and it's something personal rattled you. We're GONNA. Tell you why we're talking about that and get to some texts any two for five. When we come back right before eleven. We're GONNA, check out. Some TD picks because today's throwback Thursday. Frank and just show podcast here on iheartradio. So this is the let's Day two of this oral argument, and this is attorney. Roman Martinez answering a question from justice, Elena Kagan, so that's who is in this phone. Call so very. Buttoned up right Oh. Yes, the Supreme Court, Justice. And then what you hear in the background, because people you know there. Everybody's working from home. How yeah so they're trying to do their business, but doing their business time. Call Your Congressman and change these laws that apply to banks and what the FCC has said. Is that when the subject matter of the Rangers? Then, the call is transformed and it's. Been, allowed. You didn't skip a beat. So I don't know where they came from, it came from somebody. That's good. It was in that. Call the flushing of the toilet great while the other night I had zoom issues that Internet issues, and it was me. My Mary Kay Girls, and so I was having Internet connection as us, and then Georgina comes in our dog, and she starts barking on my get out of here. Yelling at like. I'm not muted. On editor. and. It's funny because we did zoom. Yes, it was a personal zoom. With family but it was trying to. You know because you're on camera and normally like, and there's other people involved in this zoom call so people that, so it was my ma, and then it was my brother and his wife Joanna and then our nephews Tucker Jacob so their New York, and then Joanna had her niece Tessa and her nephew Mitchell and I know we know, but we you know we don't know him as well so it's like one thing if I'm yelling at Axel if I'm face timing with my mom or with. With my brother, right, you know family or like yelling I'm trying to keep it together on the zoom. Call when Axel is. You know he's doing things off to the side of the camera. And then you've got all these different conversations going on, and they can hear him, but they can't see him, and he's thinking that they can see him, and it's just like I'm like dude and trying to trying to be cool. I'm like dude. Stop you know, stop whereas if it were my mom, my brother I'd be like this not at all. So I. Mean Your your true colors. Trying to stop from like Rydell Tessa and Mitchell thing. Oh, my God kind of psycho. Is Yelling at this kid. Food. Knock it off. Stop it over here. He's like no, no yeah and he's like. Oh, my gosh, but it was a hectic zoom call, but it was fun. Oh I, bet. They're crazy the other night who? When I've asked Alison she was doing like a Mary Kay Zoom Right, she got three kids works a lot and so her youngest is four and she's like. Come on. And she was like she goes. Oh No, Oh, no, actually I think it was a facebook live. She just zooms I think it was a FBI live, and so she's like I'll be right there. And so she kept going on and people in the chat like just wiper Bob, man, we get it where. Did she acknowledge it or trying to Kinda acknowledged you did I'll be right there. She kept yelling for. Melania. Ask You getting to sidetracked with this because I don't know we're in the process right now. Trying to potty train our little boy axel. He's three and a half so when he gets so let's say when he gets to the point where he's not wearing the pull ups and the diapers. How. How long do I have to wipe his but Yeah, that's a good question so I know. My friends have a four year old. They're still happened to my mom 'cause they're not thorough with it and I've heard five so like. When does it stop around eleven twelve to to just to make sure everything's clean and tidy. Oh. A. You remember when it stopped for him around five five. Yeah, five five and a half most say you didn't have checks. The spot checks you like okay. Let's choose threatened them with it if it's not clean checking, no, no, no, no I promise and then I have the wet wipes in there for him. I. Tell my hey this. How you really get in there in the shower. If not a check domino's so you got to scare them. Go down just kind of curious all right. Let's get into this topic, so this is something that we throw a little earlier on the show. If you weren't with us in the seven o'clock are we set it up in the seven o'clock hour started getting some of the techs in the eight in the nine o'clock hour something that you found out about your mom or dad, their personal life. That kind of rattled you and it has to do with. Jessica Simpson her eight-year-old daughter Maxwell, so she's reading her her. Her mom's tell all book. Which is ridiculous? And then the fact that I mean it's one thing if you're dealing with that, but why would you put or somehow? She was doing probably an interview and it came out. That are eight year, olds. They're letting or read it. Yeah, and it's all about you know just the simpsons addiction and the abuse. She suffered as a child by a family friend and. And her first marriage, to Nicholas Shea just a you know her current marriage, and having kids, and being kind of drunk all the time during the day and having her Sippy Cup, and it was always full of alcohol after she had her kids, and before she had her kids, and it's just a lot of heavy adult stuff for an eight year old. I get! Get that she's going to read the book one day, but eight eight years old young. Yeah, so we WANNA know. What is it that when you heard about it and maybe kind of humanized your mom or dad? You know made it. We're like. Oh, my Gosh! They're human which they are. Your parents are like you said I mean everybody's flawed so but some. Some of these stories are just crazy when you find out stuff like this and the holy crap. What is it eight, hundred, nine, four five, so my dad bought my Momma Boob job to make up for the fact that he cheated on her while so she's like thanks for the still got gotta pay, and that's something that I could have gone my whole life. You know what I mean like one thing you probably know waste grow. Those are fake boobs, but I don't WanNa. Know the reason especially. That's the reason way I wanNA know that. And found out when I was thirteen, the my parents were getting divorced. My mom had to having an affair. I was very disappointed. We are packing up Let's see her boyfriend was helping us move. ooh, aspect, sister, who he was, and she's like That's her boyfriend. YOU IDIOT! Oh, SAD, dude! Yeah, When I was younger playing dress up with my sister. We'd use my mom's things when she. She was gone. One of our favorite items were these like circular sparkly things they were sticky, and so we put him on. Her is an elbows and super high heels and other items. That were just so fancy later you know as an adult. We went to our. I don't club and realized Oh my gosh. My mom was a stripper. Yes, it shocked the crap Outta me. Mom was a stripper. Your Dad was in love with stripper. So, yeah, if you've got younger years, we should have before. If they're around. The radio maybe earmuffs and get him out of the room I apologize. We try to do that as much incentive. Best we can much. We can when we have the adult topics. Let. See the sex eight or nine, five twenty eight. My Grandma told me the story I started putting into together. We'll have my parents had to get married it was one of the best days of my life, because humanize them immediately, and it still makes me laugh so basically. They were pregnant and married. Let's, he found out that my mom was a prostitute. And that's my brother meet. Her Dad's wow, that's pretty big. cheated on my dad with my brothers, baseball coach and his wife. She doesn't know that we all know, but I can't look at her the same man, yeah, so we're talking about when you found out something about your mom or dad, something, personal and it just. Rattle yet eight to nine four five, and when I was about fifteen both my parents have been married to other people before no kids. I, still know nothing about the other spouse is twenty one years later, and that's an interesting brought that up when we were just getting into this topic because I thought about this you know. The day before we do, the topics can kind of going through like. It and I thought about this yesterday. I was like Oh. I wonder that's going to be something that you know. Of course we'll be open with them. But when Axel is a little older I was married before no kids and my wife, Tammy, was married before no kids, but you wonder as a child whether that would be like yeah, what it would be like to League because you hear about and I have heard stories of you know my mom dad growing up and you know my dad, you know like with maybe a past girlfriend or my mom talking about pass boyfriend somebody. She dated weird. It's weird. I don't WanNa do. Human tour, there was life before data. My Mom, you know with each other. They had their own lie, yeah. The sexy, eight, hundred, nine, four, five, found out Let's see a few years ago. My Dad was romantically intimate with one of his good friends. Daughters used to go to their house all the time and Let's see the romance went on for years and years and years, but it started when she was well Oh, boy, I know it's illegal. His friend doesn't and probably will never know that's bad. Husband discovered his mom and sister were hooking up. With Let's see looks like a dude and a sister was seventeen, so his mom's sister, and then another guy. Yeah a found out while my dad was excommunicated for cheating on my mom, all she was pregnant with me, got sealed to parents separate once he was baptized again. He's not a member anymore. found out my parents were hardcore parties in the seventies I saw one hundred percent lbs. Who knew there were huge donors back in the day? When I was sixteen. My Mom told me she had an affair and my dad. Let's see who has raised with really wasn't. My Dad was depressed for years to the States to looking for my dad, thirty one years old, and have a strange strange relationship with my mom. Now because of it found out my mom a Hussy. Oh! No. I found her on top of my DAD's best friend's son, who was nineteen years old. She was forty oh his data. My Dad were upstairs playing poker Oh. Wow a Hussy. Oh, yeah, that was hilarious. Yeah, you can't see that Oh. Yeah, I'm just I. Feel Yo. KNOW CRAZY! Yeah, that's something that. yeah, and that's beyond see. We're talking about human. Yeah, that would want to ever see something. find out when I was fifteen that my dad had tons of affairs married four times tons of times in jail You know we had no clue Yeah, so kinda crazy. Let's see years ago. My Mom lost her job to find out she was charged with embezzlement. May cousin who was pregnant with a first baby also was fired because she was on the management team didn't catch it irony as we got kicked out of the home because you know not paying the bills, but over two hundred thousand dollars embezzled and nothing to show for it, so it's not like they were paying the bills and the utilities. The mom was blowing the money. What I don't know man fresh shoes backs. ding-dong another baggage. Totally, let's go to Franson. Let's. He found out from my sisters. My mom cheated on my Stepdad for years with the same Guy at eleven found out Let's see My mom was addicted to Meth. I found out from friends ended up losing custody to the Kids Dad's moved in with my grandparents. I lost everything that year. That's a tough one. This one's trippy. My Dad passed away nineteen ninety-three. When I was five. My mom always told me and my siblings. He passed away from a car accident, but three years ago I found out something else were from Mexico. My Dad was killed. He was involved with the cartel or something he did some shady things and things went wrong Let's see he got threatened. Threatened point as Yeah, basically, she didn't tell us to protect our lives, so he got killed to save us, and it just took the wind out of me. It's surreal to even text this I bet. Can you believe that? No, that's that's one and I. Think about like programs or shows like Ozark you know the ones that deal with you. Know or Narko the deal with. He can't yet don't even. Like we were saying that words words scared. Yeah, terrifying is our dad never graduated high school? He was a beast about our grades will get grounded if we got anything below a B. and that's the thing a lot of those things. Have you didn't hear the earlier? Texan? You've got to go back and listen to the Frankie. Just podcast and we post everything at eleven. o'clock Franken Dot Com Kylie's our web chick, and she gets it all done, and she does a good job, but the there were texts earlier about the mom was upset because to want anybody having sex before they got married, we'll come to find. She had like a baby. Age Pregnant, trying to keep you sometimes from what they did, but at the same time it's also very condemning and judge mental on. They're not realizing that's the wrong way to go about it you because I remember like we say my my dad was you know because he was the one that you did stuff and he was very open with what he didn't he didn't do. I'm telling you honestly what I say, but. This is what I did do, and this is what I don't want you to do, and this is why I don't want you to make these choices. I love that you talked about certain friends that you know. He would end the friendships with because he found out like one guy picked him up one day. I told you this was a convertible dad's summertime. He's walking down the street and he grew up literally in the streets of Detroit from Detroit I'm from a suburb of Detroit and we're ten minutes away from Detroit, but my dad grew up right there at the foot of the ambassador bridge, and it was You know a struggle for him. To stay on track, but he did he you know He. Right, yeah, for the most part I mean, but he did stuff that, but there are certain things and he was on one guy pulled up a convertible, is he? He's like get in Ray so my dad hops in. He's like he looks like. Where'd you get this? And he's like and his friend laughed because he thought it was a new car that buddy just bought and he looked over, and he said there's a screwdriver like jammed in the steering column and my Dad's like stopped. The car stopped the car. I don't WanNa. Be You know knowing that he could go to? To Jail Oh toes, and then he said he got friends that went to prison friends that died. That got killed and stuff like that, and but he. You know the people that he just didn't have a whole lot to do with these. These are people that I knew, but I chose an opted not to hang out with them. You know I knew knew him just enough to Kinda. Help navigate my way through Detroit growing up, but he was really honest with us with the appreciated I respect that because you know you Kinda, put your parents on a pedestal and the. And then when you mess up, you think you're bad and you're like oh man. What's wrong with me, but? Like we said earlier, we're all flawed humans. We're all sinners. We all do stuff we're not proud of, but we're honest with coop to. Drugs alcohol sex all of it, rather he he knows, and he doesn't try and compare himself to a narrative. That isn't true. Is this a lot of pressure? It is a lot of brush really is all right, so we're getting more here at eight, two, eight, two, nine, four five share, and we're talking about when you found out something about your mom or dad, something personally rattled yet two nine, four five, what was just trying to keep it a shortage hd in front of the message, so had these two on Friday and it just it was a fun interview. We did an instagram live with them, talking about J. P. Michaels and our JP sacks and Julia. who were an actual item? These two, so they did this song here that we're gonNA play, but they're. They're dating, so they've been quarantined. Forbid so they collaborated on this song and then collaborate so I don't know which came first. We should ask them the chicken or the egg. We we're. We're not sure. What did they get together before the song or did they record the song? And then the relationship started. I thought they were already together I. Thought they said it was the first day they met each other, really yeah that they started recording it, but I mean as far as the feelings. When did when did the relationship start? So the interview is posted. If you WANNA, see it instagram live. We've got that Frankie. INGEST DOT COM! It was Friday on the show at ten thirty when they were on its JP sacks and Julia Michael. Ninety seven one Z ht's Franken Jess show podcast here on iheartradio. So if you've got younger years, you're muffs. Get Out of the room, It's the topic that we're talking about a little earlier on the show. And that is you find out something about your mom or dad? Personally that kind of rattled you eight to nine four five. So, what was it so? They were sixteen and they'd. found the parents pot stash, so they're like what appears smoke weed. And then they found some stuff. You know that spices up things in the bedroom and they were like so bothered by it. They're like wait. My Dad does this in my mom's cool within. Andy does your mom. Any. We're all right. Let's see before we go tbt picks because it's Thursday so throwback Thursday. If you want to check out some of these picks, we haven't done that in a bit. Franken. INGEST DOT COM so big on our computers because they're smaller like whoa. When is this? This is the. Is this the picture that you sent over? Think you sent one last the other day over the weekend. Yeah, as this it. Yeah, so this is like four years ago. We were at clear link. Okay at a remote. For years ago, so we just took. We are outside the tent and we just had. We're goofing around that day. And throwing the ball around which fine man and I was blonde then. Can you believe that like I think I might go back to blonde. The Blonde, the red but I like the blonde. Looks Good Yeah I just thought that was a cute pick of us. Back Okay so many like family photos together. From twenty fourteen now this is in March right before my wife Tammy and I got married, so my buddy, Tommy and I we went on this instead funds a bachelor party whatever, but it wasn't. I mean it was kind of like. Let's do something you know together. We'll go and and HANG MOAB so we went down to Moheb for a couple of nights We got like a a hotel down there, and then we just did hikes a couple of days, but this this is where he's pumping gas, or whatever and I was doing I was taking the picture of me, and then there he is in the back. Tim So. It's kind of funny, so I saw that pop up yesterday. When we're going to post these picks if you haven't seen Tommy, we always talked about how he looks like Robert. Downey junior got to get in on that. That's a good pick, and it's a pretty funny is. On the what Cabbage Patch Patchwork shirt love that shirt. A it forever, I haven't because missing one of the buttons and I usually wear the cabin. Whoever but I need to have tammy so the button back here looks cute like that, too. I like it when it's look. How much look at how much more dark is in that? Right now. I took my hat off yesterday during the soon, call 'cause. My brother's getting He's getting a lot of Damn hair lot of hair Tammy, your wife right. And but he's got. A lot more white than he did, but it's. It's not anywhere near mind. My brother's five years older. We still has some I'm like do I noticed a lot more right and then I took my hat off, and he's like you look like the dude. I is slattery from madman who the do with the white hair and went so here's what it looks like you know it's. Awesome. It's awesome crazy, right? Dark in there a little bit five years six years ago, the beard to prove crazy man all right in this next cue, or you're so cute Kylie yeah so. This. So this is my cousin Kelly so She's her family or like on top of my mind right now. My Mom's brother passed away last night. So He. He's struggled with addiction for a long time and. He does lots to. Face. You said he was forty four. Yeah. Oh Young Young Kiddos and a wife. So we went over last night and tried to console them and be there for them. It is hard. We're sorry so sad on so cute, though that's a really cute picture. And how old is she there? This was in two thousand fourteen so same here, yeah! And she's thirteen now, so and then her brother is fifteen. Sweetheart so I just see a lot of myself in her so. Very, that's a great pick new. Look the same I know like your like your mom your. Genes Jain. Family. WE'RE GONNA turn things over to Jeff. Jeff has got a keyword worth a thousand dollars this. David an Eagle Mountain just want two thousand dollars earlier this morning. We want you to be next, so have great Thursday. We'll talk to tomorrow. It's going to be Friday.

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97: Low Hanging Fruit

Latter-Day Lesbian

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97: Low Hanging Fruit

"In this episode, we are back in the temple, but not before we talk about our trip to Utah back in Utah back in the. Temple. Yeah Okay Yeah. We met the one and only fanny fact check sure did and we hung with Kimberly Anderson and a shit ton of our listeners I loved that so much was such a good trip. Oh Yeah. One talk about it. Right after this. Iraq. Hey, everybody. Welcome to latter day lesbian the PODCAST, an ex mormon gay girl back in the seat the hosting seats. Did Miss me trying to figure out life? Yeah absolutely. Although I have to say I think Diana, and Kimberly did stellar jobs at bay. Filling you're seeing my seat. Warm. Thanks, Y'all I. Love when you have other people it's nice for me to have a break. It's fun for me to listen to you chatted up with others. Different viewpoint. It's a different style. I think is awesome. WOM- ledger bored because it happened anyway. With or without your permission that Shit went down. Well, it was with your permission as it turned out in new the whole time what was happening sure did I have to say something about the audio the quality might track wasn't fantastic though because you know I can't leave this audience shit alone. Okay. Go to get over that. I would say that most listeners probably won't notice enough to care or care enough to notice they just like the. Content content. Yes. Hopefully. Also, a Brag for this amazing studio that Mary. If I'm looking at everything that I contributed here wasn't a lot that Mary mostly did for our studio here we have almost floor to ceiling Santa absorption. Pads less like the egg crate things that coffee mugs come in when you got a bunch of time has purchased ldl coffee mugs yes and they had all these lake I dunno looking thing. Yeah. Yeah. We put up. We've got a carpet which helps we have a window which is covered by very thick drapery and on the other side behind me, there's just more of the same. So yeah, we do pretty good as far as. Trying to dull that room noise. Yeah and also Mary A has pillows between us. Yeah I'm just all about the sound absorption. Yeah. Yeah. Yeah. And of course, Dan from extent. That's right. Thank him now sure we get it. Always Dan appreciate that Dan. Thanks believing in NAM Yup and make it sound good Do you want to jump into our Utah trip? I do K-. MARY HIS BEEN TO UTAH before. However, she was more Salt Lake City Utah with is different than you know Provo. UTAH. Right. It's a little more diverse a little more progressive is yeah and when we went to Salt Lake last year, it was four big pride things that was more gay focused. Yeah. Yeah. So sorry lgbtq focused right right. Right. Is it I kind of just love the word gay but I don't want to not include people but gaze just such a great word. Well, I'M GONNA always follow up with Lgbtq, if I can remember. Okay, we should be as. As possible absolutely So I point on Utah trip I wanted to ask Mary what did YOU THINK ABOUT UTAH I've been there before so the states totally fucked up in my opinion. Let's start with the mountains. Okay. The beautiful. Sure right now go. I did love in Provo, you're closer to the mountains and that's really pretty. It's like you're right in there because we were staying in Lehi as more valley like pros right there on the mountains. Yes. That was really pretty terrain. Great. Beautiful. What was it about the dryness though member our noses are like man crest. Dry When you go to Utah from Virginia or anywhere to dry it usually takes a good three days of blowing like crusty bloody snot out every morning to then you find less does gross I never got over at about sailing spray while I was out tender little no just tenderloin also tender on me so I was spraying sailing stuff and then DAB from. Patriot. On showed up at our meet-and-greet are early meet-and-greet for patriotic and channels. And brought us this like honey beeswax bomb issue labor. Yeah. It was like some sort of SAV which is strange word but. It was so soft and slick and luxurious. Viscous Lol. The weird word describe it I put that shit in my nose. Oh i. Don't but you did it anyway does it say not to do then they're no instructions. You ever the fuck you want with Wayne that stuff in my nose like lubricating the inside of my nose and the saline spray got through nice but it was rough. Yeah. I real. Problems. The. crusty nose. As we're finding are out to death. Yeah. That crusty noses Oh, the really ridiculous thing about that state is the way that the liquor rules were Oh god the percentages of alcohol and trying to find a restaurant that would serve alcohol. Yes. Is Challenging and if you found a restaurant that did it was basically like Bud Light Coors and Yeah Shania options and nothing wrong if you like them but I love a good craft beer or like a more, I don't say. But I don't to fancier IP. But like a different kind of Ip, not just your norm. Well, the craft kind. Yes. Yes. They do have a good juicy Ip a there can't remember the name like, could you see hazy but it's five percent I want a juicy hazy Ip that's at least six and a half to. Two sat part didn't matter to me as much but I mostly drink wine anyway, and so for me just finding a place that served it challenge, you would typically have to find like an actual bar where you have to be twenty one to go win to get enough choices well, or any choices for that matter. You know there are a lot of restaurants we hold up at they're like, no, sorry, we don't serve alcohol you asshole. Withdrawing with. What does this Utah or something Zach. So. That's my problem with Utah and People walking around in garments and you can see them Yeah. Under their clothes. Yes. Real creepy. It's kind of triggering for me and I'm a never MO- yet. So I can't imagine what that's like for Mormons to seem active Mormons running around maybe there's so used to it. So the people we were hanging out with fantastic phenomenal. Yeah. But Uber religious people of any sort give me kind of the willies Yeah. Oh, we can talk about that. Soon bringing that we ran into Oh. Yeah. Yeah. Yeah. Yeah. Yeah. We'll. We'll get into that but So we had our meet and greet and we turn that into a facebook live. Yeah. The volume needed to be up for sure was our first time I think we face timed again, it would be more of an intimate setting anyway made recording a podcast or something we really didn't need to do more of that stuff. Yeah. Whenever we get on the mics and do a podcast, we don't really think about it. The time to be thinking about doing a facetime live is not like after the fact it's nice actually. Thing hence, the word live. Sure you can't remember it after all it's not as live as it. So the meet-and-greet meet-and-greet. Yeah. What'd you think I loved it. It was a little chilly. Didn't care the raggedy bitch came. Can you explain what that is? 'CAUSE? I. Remember some of the comments just as like what's with that creepy Raggedy, Bitch. Can you explain what happened with? Show during the clean out of my parent's house, which we'll talk about in a minute raggedy bitch was discovered and she's this all must been yours growing I. Don't know I don't know if she's that'll I don't know I really don't know my dog was baby being bags that I used to try to nurse shaved her head off and put makeup on her so much confusion. An, I don't know how I feel about this. No a lot of confusion their. Self to stay here and I think I pretend to nurse her so I take my shirt off 'cause. My brother's got to take their shirts off. I feel funny. Had An awkward job. Maybe. raggedy bitch. that. Your mom bought for when on niece's came over or something grandchildren children. Yeah. So raggedy, bitch. This was a lot of weird things about her. She's probably two and a half to three feet tall maybe she was. Tall and she had breasts. Which makes me think that maybe she was supposed to be a grown up little. Breasts she squeezed them Oh. My God she has breast. Yes. There's I thought maybe someone stuffed them in there to be funny you give her like a breast exam. So I just want to see if they were hard by do or if someone she raised one arm up of the doll I massaged around the Areola and then worked your way in and the okay. That's a little graphic. Wow Shelly dolls I'm learning. So mine now this was a specific incident. There's the blow up doll that she puts in bed with her whenever I'm away just I don't do that. Put pillows like as if that was you. Oh, and you draw face additives. Do. That's not creepy at all. No. Anyway back to Karachi Bitch, I discovered her in the basement of my parents house. Appropriate of course they're the ones we're like you lay him down in their eyes go down and then put him up right in there. I slip up She was sitting upright and one of the is had gotten stuck on the island. So she had one eyelid down one up and this like nasty mullet almost. Yeah it was it was somehow cut into a mold which are hair amazing her hair but the texture hair is like never been brushed animal it weird plastic doll hair yes. Yes. So I. was, GonNa. Throw her in the trash and then someone who saw her in the pile that was supposed to go to the trash took her out of the trash put her in the back of my parents jeep that I was using to load things to scare me, and so I pulled her raggedy ass out of the jeep and got the little time out chair timeout little bent parents had and she sat on that bench and she ended up holding a flower and wearing a hat backward she had a knife. Kept adding to her so she became the mascot and she is now safely still in Utah to be brought out at our next gathering. Where is she? I think Houston has her oh Protector of ratcheted. Anyway that part yeah. The meet-and-greet was fabulous. I was surprised at how many people showed up was great. People traveled to get he bull trout. Amazing. Yeah. So we're not gonNA name every single person that came to those functions, but we love you. Yes you know who you are. Thank you for everyone who traveled to be with us. That was such a great time. Yes. I would like to give special shutouts to Kirstin for helping set up really appreciate your help and also with the Mormon Mad Lib getting all that organized in that strange Sonam thing with a nominal. Judged all versing just like in primary. Judged, of course, Kathleen and her bartending skills. Dick Thank you cathy she. She brought like like a a citrus squeezer on my Gosh Yeah Oregon. Thank you. She did travel all the way from Oregon and helped us out made cocktail everybody. So fantastic made cocktails at a park where alcohol was not allowed. I love all of that every part of that and Chris who operated the whole facetime live yes. Camera thing. Awesome. And of course, sister fanny fact check got up and did like an opening prayer type of thing that's called the invocation, the invocation Awesome. Thank you. Yeah. That was such a treat. I really didn't expect that to happen didn't either she was bad as. Like sister Fanny's here. Too. So just really thank you. Thank you. Thank you everyone who attended and helped us that was such a great time. Yeah. If we didn't say your name and thank you personally just for real every single person. Thank you. Yes we love you. I had had a rough couple of weeks. Before that, just with you know my parents and everything and that meet and greet fed me really did it was just so good to feel loved. And to see the community that was created and to see people like exchanging numbers and talking in creating their own new friendships and gosh that's like that's life for me. That brings me joy. Well, it's new community is yes. Yeah. Yes. I. Love It. So we got recordings that we're going to use for our one hundred episode Hell Yeah Yeah we got them right there on the spot. Some great stories, a funny mission story of course, did people sing songs I think so there was a sister duet sister. Sister missionaries but actual sisters by birth. Yes and our friend Kirstin. We we mentioned earlier did a song at the event and she's supposed to be sending me some audio to put them at one hundred episode. Talking to you get. Together. Gather. -cerned son Mayor Vile. Speaking of sending stuff in if you are participating in the temple, give the finger book, we've got to figure out that title. We've had some good submissions for the title of from years, but with it well for both by the way, if you merely posted the picture on facebook, we are loving that and laughing and having great conversations, but we do need you to send it to contact at latter day lesbian dot org some the original file better-quality. Oh, for sure. Yeah. Temple finger flipping deserves good quality. And we're going to do a poll on our facebook discussion group to see what title we want to use. Yes. So you get to weigh in on that and maybe even right in your own submission if you'd like yeah, and we've also decided because this is your book you're sending this Shit in after we pay for the cost of publishing and shipping all proceeds go to flourish therapy indeed. Yeah and if you don't know who they are, they give free or subsidized therapy to the LGBTQ community out there in. Utah much-needed. Yes and as we discovered on last week's podcast Kimberly works there now no Shit Yeah There you fund there. You Go. So please help out people who need sessions and can't necessarily afford them at full price by buying the book. Basically, everyone needs to buy the book Great Coffee Table Book when Your Mormon family comes over also makes a great white elephant gift. Or makes a great gift for the brand new expo in your life. Love it. So we started talking about cleaning up your parents house. What was that like for you shelly dear God Almighty on high. Imagine the show hoarders. Clean. You know it wasn't like it was like dead cat under. Floor to ceiling of dead cats. It was three thousand square feet of boxes and boxes and boxes of stuff that has been hoarded by both of my parents. I think. Mostly my mom is the problem that my dad also doesn't throw away stuff and it wasn't like you could take a box and on the outside of it says nineteen sixty, three taxes it might say nineteen sixty, three taxes which we did fine but you open the box and there's taxes plus you dig down a bit and there's a really cool old black and white photo of my great grandfather something like it doesn't make sense it was like. It was Kinda like every time they moved with the military they would just take their shit in quick get everything in boxes, get the pictures, get them in boxes because my mom started project like I'm going to go through these pictures and make a photo album or I'm going to start doing needlepoint and not finish and leave it out and so moving time everything goes in boxes they move and they stay in said boxes until the next move in the next week and the next day or not labeled properly. Yes. Exactly. Also keep in mind and I realized this that my parents entire life is and was focused on the church I would open up. Of Stacks of ward bulletins or primary programs from forever that I wouldn't you know none of the kids were even in random programs for SACRA meeting that no one on the program is anyone anybody knows and even if they did who the fuck cares, just their name in print, and so I would have to go through this stuff and go through this stuff and honestly it really wasn't triggering for me. I think I'm so far removed at this point it was just kind of this realization like fuck their entire lives. Entire lives are built around this. Cult thinking this cold. Did you forget the word? No just because I was talking about their things and they don't see it as a cult right. But of course, you're obviously it is a fucking Colt. You could call it a high demand religion if you like I like better. On top of that stuff, there was like my mom's mission journal, which that's pretty cool like I. Don't want to get rid of that but that would be hidden underneath again stacks and stacks of printed out Christmas letters that my dad wrote from the eighties like who needs that many copies aren't you're not sending out now they never got sent down there just sitting there or maybe they were leftovers. Saved, some reason why that's like on. Most. Of the things that came out of my mouth was like Holy Shit why the fuck did you keep this? because. You go through a box. It's exhausting. Done, empty box and then you move that boxes like Shit. There's another box under it, and then you hope when this half full not open that full to the brim everywhere. So probably a day into this, maybe two days because in my mind I'm like I I got this I will go through it stuff. We'll go to the dump other stuff go to the storage unit some stuff savers I whatever. Donation place we try not to deny because we don't want to support the church. But when you get desperate, you're like I got this shit out after a couple of days of that I was like. I can't I can't do this alone. There's no way I was sinking into a depression because I'm at the time I was also dealing with my parents because my two brothers who were out there with me from Washington state and they had to go back to their jobs and it was just me and so I'm juggling my parents who are just frequency at this point. And we'll talk about that and and then sleeping on a couch in their house, and then a futons when we got rid of the couch, just it was a lot for me and no TV that was a lot for. Worse Part Not Be Shelly loves her TV I do but I did finally get on Netflix's on my laptop and started watching alone. Will there you go not home alone but alone the that make you feel less or more alone Watching all these people pretty loan not gonNA lie drives a rough couple of weeks for me except when I hit rock bottom was like I can't do this. What do I do? Oh, call for help like it's okay to ask for help and that's when I posted in the latter day lesbian podcast discussion group on facebook Seattle mouthful it is. I. Got it all out I posted basically help. These help young and we had two days in a row of multiple people showing up with trucks and trailers and strong backs and patient brains to go through this shit and we got that shit done nets. Amazing. It was if I believe in this, it was a miracle but you know what I love the most about that worry is here you have all these people coming together just to help. Yeah. Help someone that they have grown to love and admire over these. You know two years let's say, no obligation none. No Church Collingham involved no religion no guilt no service project. No you know sign up to rake someone's leaves. They were there because they wanted to be there and they were ex Mormons and guess what they should be selfish and not WANNA help because they left the one true church set up. The most bad ass people you will find -solutely and not only did we get it done? I had fun. I was not having fun cleaning it out up to that point. Yeah. Sucked I had fun. There was laughing there was drinking I love that you all were drinking in your parents house. Oh the free Mormon Aaron Hall feel so good fridge fridges plural packed with alcohol One of the highlight moments was when we drag their too old nineties couches out onto the front lawn remember I've talked about has mom before he would win lawn of the month every. The month it was called you lose either way. The most put together yard in the neighborhood like people were jealous of my Dad Jordan this Eagle Mountain Mormons everywhere and we dragged those two couches out sat on couches and drink beer. On the art of the month, well, you know Eagle Mountain may be full of current Mormons but somebody in that neighborhood drew a penis on your parents driveway. In Chalk, right also your people be. Likeness no-fence men, we love our men wasn't me unless it was one of those L. D. Ehlers not `fessing up. No, it was before they came. And the next door neighbor of my parents Mormon was like it might have been my kids. Sorry. I'm also a little offended that people thought it was my penis drawing. This was the worst peanut strong. You've seen some Pena's in your life have. True I think probably most penises lopsided, but these balls were very, very lopsided. You might WANNA check. Now, you might be a problem with the large one. Anyway a big. Thank you like there's not words. Yes. Say how grateful I am for the love and support because I I couldn't do it. Yes. Do it. My Dad kept saying I need to call the Corum We have our own. Thank you very much. Yeah. We called the L. D. elders quorum. That's great. Yes. So big thank you to everyone who rallied everyone who came out and supported. I couldn't be there yet. So that was amazing outreach. Yeah. Save me. You really did I love that and the fact that you were helping me help my Uber Mormon parents who is you know it's their fault there was. You know and that just shows how kind ex mormons are and like. Yeah. Well, it's the right thing. Yeah to help for sure plus we had a good time when we drink sitting on couches on yard of that's my favorite part. So. Do we want to talk about your parents? Yeah. You WanNa yeah. Go for it. So they're now in a retirement community in my dad has lost his shit like for real. My mom has always kind of not had her shit together. No offense mom not that you're listening but this huge realization of the co-dependency sure in their marriage and I will flat out throw the Church under the bus on that I really will because my mom was taught to do. Whatever the priesthood holder said she will say that she will say I followed the priesthood like I'm saying something that she doesn't believe her heart she should do. Yeah. Well, we're going to cover codependency soon in an upcoming episode. Kimberly possibly after the New Year, we got to work that out okay. Yeah. Good. I won't tell you my expertise on codependency sure shouldn't some light on that subject? That my parents have it. And my dad is so senile at this point, he can't remember how to do things and it gets real stressed about that. Yes. Super anxious. Yes. He was always very controlling in charge of everyone in charge of doing everything in charge of his own mind and what he could do. Yes, and so now his mind is failing him and he is. freaking out Oh, it's hard to watch anxiety. Feel so bad for the OCD because he's scratching his arms. Oh Yeah. Making bleed picking things and he's on blood thinners. So they bleed a lot many complained my arms keep bleeding and it's like dad because you pick them but it doesn't registered with him. It's because he can control it. I guess yeah maybe. Disorder our OH. Yes. realizing that my dad can't do anything anymore shown he was lying on how my mom never learned how to do anything I had to teach her how to flip the air conditioning's which from off to on she has never done that in her life. Wow. She was so proud of herself when she went and took the trash down the hall that was her first time taking out the trash. Yeah and you might think of that Oh she was a well kept woman. She didn't have to do all the mail they kept it up looking her now you. Know My dad's lost his mind. She can't do shit well, and he's also sort of given up the will to live. He doesn't want to eat. Yeah. So chances are she's going to outlive him. She's going to need some basic skills. Yeah. She's going to need to know some banking skills. Oh, she has no big Oh yeah and my dad, he's so ocd at this point, he still wants to write every check in and the dollar amount and check and go through. He panicked because how am I going to balance my checkbook and I'm like Dad Everyone? Does it online now? No, no no. It's impossible with him. One instance was my mom and dad came downstairs I brought them down to sit in the car because they had to sign some papers for selling their house and then I'm GonNa take my dad to the doctor in my mom needs to go back upstairs and my dad was like Oh. Let me walk your mom back upstairs by the way. My Dad is so wobbly he needs to be walking with a cane. But he's really proud and doesn't want to to admit that and he didn't want me holding his elbow while we were walking into the doctor's office and he was tripping. Anyway I said Dad mom can get back inside on her own and when I say parking lot we were parked in front of the front door right of trio, which is where they're staying with basically walk in turn right elevator fourth floor walk right it's it well, and she wants to take walks around the grounds and he doesn't want to because he's tired all the time he just want her to go. He doesn't want her to go. Yeah. It's like come on. Yeah. Gives a woman cement dependent. Sick. He wanted to walk her back into the -partment and I was like dad no mom can do it. I told my mom you know how to get back there right go in right there's the elevator I would put my dad in the car shut the door talk to my mom talk to my cousin really quickly about selling the House my dad would open the car door I needed to take your mom back up like no dad you don't sit how do I put him back in the car back in the car back in the car Finally. We ended everything in my mom actually did walk back up. But as we were driving to the doctor's appointment, my dad kept saying we need to call your mom we need to call your mom make sure she got there. We need to call your mom Of course, he ended up calling my mom and yes, she had made it. Of course she was like, i. took the wrong elevator. You can't making things about helping right. She still likes to come across as helpless and there's no need she learned that from the fascinating womanhood book. This is true. Make. Feel important by looking helpless yet. Right and now look my dad has uber anxiety about my mom being helpless and he needs to take care of her and get hurt. Make sure make sure make sure. What a fucked up relationship the wrong elevator that's not a thing. No there you elevators and it's not true sets. There are two elevator doors right next to each other and they go up and they go down. No Sideways Movement? No, it's just something like a willy wonka elevated floor one, two, three, four. That's all. The same places? Yes. No confusion I got on the wrong elevator. She just wants to tell this help story and again yeah, you're right I bet that reinstall and my dad that she can't do anything our own. Yeah and it's so hard to see them this way. My Dad is very tired all the time he wants to take naps all day, and he wants my mom to lay next to him during his naps but she wants to do he wants to do stuff but you know the priesthood holder, and so she lays down next to him for the naps in my God. It's so hard to see again, listen all Mormon marriages are not like this but my mom and dad's generation of marriages there a Textbook Mormon Merit, oh? Yeah. Yeah. There was a textbook definition of a mormon marriage it would be your parents. Yeah the A, T- yeah. So yeah, there are some exceptions for sure for sure. Also, my mom, it seems like she's getting angrier and angrier because the things she likes to tell me as your father won't even let me go on a walk or your other he won't eat his nose in the me He's never listened to me. So this weird, she has resentment over the fact that they have a codependent relationship and she can't do anything on her own. However, she's actually adding to it by saying things like I tech the wrong elevator, he was not a thing. So, there's no wrong elevator who radio. Yeah. She may even know that on some level, but she's so used to being a Ditz and portraying herself that way. Thank. Womanhood she doesn't know how to even begin to do anything on her own. So she's a simultaneously resentful that she can't do anything on her own and perpetuating this. I can't do anything on my own. That's complicated shit right there, right? Yeah, and it's it's sad to see. It really is maybe you could present it this way it's like you know mom dad doesn't seem to be getting better and it would be great for you. To learn some skills so that when you are on your own you can take care of yourself. Yeah. I have for sure tried to lift her spirits and say, oh my gosh, mom, this is such an exciting time in your life like you don't have anything to worry about yeah. You get to play and make friends and and go places is retirement community is pretty bad at Oh trio shot out to trio. It's bad, ass. If IT WERE IN UTAH. I'd be like signed me I know how to to get in. They need to be on oxygen. Here's my a P card. Danny's let's have the discount. Trio. All. That is true unfortunately now, anyway, enough about my parents I'm sure I'll tell more as we go because this is getting worse. Yeah. and you know your dad is lost the well to eat. Yeah. Basically the will to live and he's fucked. Situation Yeah, we're trying everything sound like we're sitting there and being dad's fucked like we are trying to figure this out doctor's visits tests making him eat he's been gaining weight, but his brain function isn't coming back. I mean we're trying. But. It may get the point where it's just like dad you WanNa die because that's that's cool. That's fine. I mean Matt about it if you don't WanNa live like this anymore and there's new can't for some no no film. It's weird. It's hard for me because he's never been except for wanting to be the one to tell everyone in the family somebody died he's always been very positive positive outlook positive spirit just happy. Yeah. He just must beat so thrown that he's losing his mental faculties. Imagine what that must be like yeah I think he needs medical marijuana that would increase his appetite in ease anxiety. I actually have looked into doctors that would prescribe that are in his like edible. Anyway Listing Big Oh my parents there you have it something more fun. While we'RE OUT IN UTAH. We got a chance to meet with sister phanuphak check and we have been wondering what the heck happened to her. We hadn't heard from her in a while Should we turn the time over two brother Ben? Turn turn the time. Over, to sister fanny turns out sister fanny was on a mission. Yes. We have her mission report. Shall we throw Ben do it. Now, we turn the time over to sister vani factor. Thank you rather man for turning the time over to a little old woman because it takes authority to act in God's name in order to turn the time over like do while you sweet and precious sisters. I. Am sure happy that you have welcomed me all out in the latter day lesbian podcast. This special day I am so grateful to have this opportunity to return and report from the mission failed where I was serving a mini mission at the Spencer W, Kimball? Institute for unnecessary shame. It was truly inspirational mission with lots of good food prepared for us that they kept track of. So we didn't starve and no sharp objects or shoelaces. There were so many sweet spirits in the institute including one who went for a run without any clothing and several who bore their testimonies of the medications of which they were able to partake on those beautiful autumn days. My particular mission was to preach the Gospel to all the unnecessarily ashamed in a special area mission called the Rocky Mountain Wing. And I tell you sisters. I knew I loved the Rocky Mountain people before my mission but I can testify that the Lord indeed lessons his missionaries with special love and appreciation and even tolerance for those among they serve missions. In, fact. There were some songs we sing about it including as I have tolerated you tolerate one another and. God. So tolerated world that he rented out his only begotten Son and. Thou shalt tolerate the Lord with all fine heart. So I just just. Rocky Mountain Wing people, the people of the Rocky Mountain wing up such a strong emphasis on their families that I know the Lord blessed them with that love to prepare them to accept the Gospel and the ordinance of temple ceilings where we are sealed together except to gays and other centers. I know that we LDS are taught to love families more than anyone else in the world could possibly love there. But I think and don't get me wrong I know. The church is true but I think. The people of the Rocky Mountain wing of the Spencer W Kimball Institute, for unnecessary shame have nearly caught up with us. They know the names of all their family members and they remember almost all the birthdays of their little ones and they give hugs to family members who come to visit just like US Mormons do. I had heard about this love before but I can say having witnessed it. that it is true and almost as pure as in love just about. My mission did not allow me to baptize anyone since I was a woman while I was in there and. I guess other times to. What I did see some hearts changed considerably as I talked and talked and talked and talked and talked to them. I saw one tried to show her enthusiasm for my teaching by running hard into a pane of glass to try to escape but that didn't work. and She stayed put on the Sofa in the group room after that. So I could tell her even more about how Jesus conditionally loves all his Mormons and how he will be sure to check your temple recommended look for Tokens and signs before he will greet us in the great and last day of his reckoning. I love the people whom I served among. And I say this. In the name of Jesus with gelatin mold he meant. Well. Thank you sister get to hear what you've been up to and I'm sure all the folks Rocky Mountain. Wing are grateful for your testimony. Absolutely. Speaking of sister fanny I want to give a shout out to all the people that helped either give financially to her situation or showed up at her house and helped clean up some stuff there. We worked hard in the Yard Moseley in the garage we did a lot of stuff. Yes, you did. I was awesome. Thank you to everyone it was good time it really was, and that's what I found like when you do things with people that you connect with, it doesn't matter what you're doing. It's a good time. Oh, for sure. But one thing that was kind of trippy is we're in the yard doing some cleanup stuff and who walked down the street. was. My old stake president from when I lived in that ward. So just you know since you're backtracks house in my ward boundaries when I was married and lived in the Kenyan word. You knew her from that time I did yeah. I did and this was like my old ward neighborhood is hilarious eared. Yes a here comes this dude he's older President Chamberlain anyone. Know God. Oh, my God. He's dragging his oxygen tanks. He was old lived there, and now like hell hello old he was a nice guy. It just he was. So priest hoodie seriously he was holding court with like six lesbians. And he's like he's the most important person in the in the room, which is outside. So is that God's living room I don now room living gods for your on the celestial kingdom. Four. So this formal dining room whereas horrible living I don't know where that is my new band name Gods for your. Okay. Sure. Go for it I don't know it was just so weird he's named dropping about who is the Pre Russell? I'm not crews with yes and Thomas S Monson was there as well. namedrop profits that he I mean he didn't even know who we were really the story he chose to tell was talking about a cruise. Yeah where he could namedrop to prophets of the Church in profits in quotation obviously, and can we give another shadow to trae? On that cruise with him fray knows every one we discovered this it was the whack or any while she's channels member isn't a WHO's who of Mormon assure And it was like everywhere we went. She knew someone who knew someone That that was that was my teacher. Oh, that would that's my cousin. Well, he had the date wrong of the cruise at first and she was like listening thinking, Gosh, this grew sounds really familiar but it wasn't the right date and so then finally like are you sure it wasn't la date because? I know it's funny. TURNS OUT TRAE and my old stake president and Monson and Russell Nelson were all on the same cruise in the eighties. So there you have. It it just was kind of a wacky scenario. This guy just prattling on as if we're all just on bated breath or whatever waiting for any kind of wisdom. Yeah. Now he's his lips. That's what he's used to like he would be called to give presentations and what I remember him from as he was called to teach to the relief society about how to Garden Okay man tells how to garden and I said I remember you taught me about the Hula Ho So Lajos like Oh. This is formed differently and I love it. I. Still like to use it today. So I, say, the word who low and then what happens Mary So I made a joke it was a very merry joke and cringe in the presence of my old state president go ahead. So this is what I want to talk about some I said you know I love it when the words Hula and Ho can be part of the same expression. Very. Mary Jo. So Mary knows where hand you. Joe Oh. handrail Diane raise. Double Henry's the here's the thing about that joke. I would say it on a podcast which I just did you I would say to every single one of my friends I would actually say that to my mother I would say that joke to my mother because here's the thing you gotta know about Catherine she's a Weirdo prude Jesus drug but she's got a naughty side. You and appreciate that she might say. Honestly Mary among chuckle, right because she expects me to say some weird thing like that, and let's break it down for a second. Okay. I was making a joke about. A prostitute that is maybe skilled at a dance that specific to the Pacific Islands and Hula hoops Hulu who? Like. A Hula Ho she's a Ho the Hula hoops or she does the Hula Okay that's not a problem hose. This wasn't negative like I didn't say Pena's I didn't say I didn't say vagina I said the exact words you did Hula Ho that was my because my brain. Banks that when you hear the word, Ho- means prostitute. Yeah and you giggle because inside when it comes to humor a ten year old boy. I am not a respecter of persons necessarily probably should not have said that joke in front of some Old Mormon guy why I know and I want a it was just a little cringe and then of course I, laugh about it now because that's framing. There it was like. The Ex Mormon Lesbian. Everybody cringed but again, I'm going to say why because that is a joke I would tell in any company but I would also say the word Fuck in company but I'm not going to say, Hey, dad, how the fuck you doing today and I'm not saying that you shouldn't have said it for sure these are different. Yeah. I get it. We didn't know that guy he wasn't related. I mean you'd kind of new but he didn't know who you are anymore. He wasn't a relative of yours. And I only said the word Ho- got sake and it was funny. And then he looked at you, he gave me away like Oh you. Too dismissive gesture that kind of downward wave with I roll. Sound you know I was dismissed by priesthood holder and we all about it after he left empty rolled the rest of the way down the street. Standing there and standing. Maybe he was tired. I don't know he was holding court. Yeah. I don't really know. So I had to kind of be like, Oh, well, you know it was great to see you We gotta get back to work with our WHO Lajos. Stake President Chamberlain. We got a group of prostitutes coming in and they're going to teach us the Hula in a little bit I. Like it. I loved sex worker shows hula different than hula-hoop. Well, the round-ups object was named after the Hula dance because you use the same muscles. Paying the Hula Dan. I'm thanking the dance has been around for a really long time. Yeah. Okay. Four plastic was invented in order to make hula-hoop. You probably. We might need fanny fact check back at we had looked at home. Tie that into Mormon. Right. Lord that was money But yeah cringe moment because I said something inappropriate in front of a big Mormon Priesthood Guy Yeah isn't it interesting? How? Like he is really nice guy but there's just this presence of I know more. You know I'm better able. Yeah. Oh, for sure and it's sad because I would say, Mormon men generally speaking are nice people but there's just this thing where they need to own everything and they need to be in charge and they're better and smarter it's hysteria tasting it's. Dismissive as what it is for sure and you can come across as outwardly nice as possible But that doesn't mean that you actually respect a woman's point of view right or give a shit if she's opening her mouth, you know no, you're. You're totally right I. Think it's sad because they did have the potential of being just nice human beings. How many arche fucked it men watching general conference go to the bathroom when the woman starts talking most. So it's something like that. Yes along those lines. Yeah. So that's the thing that I want to combat. So maybe that was my sort of not so subtle way Eddie trailing saying something inappropriate in front of a patriarch perhaps there you go. Good time ago. Sorry for making everyone cringe we got over and then we laughed about it. They were like. Goodwin. Mary. It's actually kind of a Shitty joke. Low hanging fruit oak the lowest. Over and That is that is dragging on the ground has got like mud splatters on one side and like wormholes in the other. You picked. Picked it anyway. Shall we take a break? Yes. Okay. Let's take a break and then what are we doing Temple Temple to deal? All right. Let's do it be right back. Right we back in the temple are back and last. Three weeks ago or whenever whenever it was was. we left off with the lights coming on to the law of Chastity Oh do you might ask? How quickly we forget if you're me it, you know you're sitting in a chair and they say we now entered the terrestrial world and the lights come on a little bit in case that is the world that's a step higher than. which we have learned is the terrestial kingdom. Yeah they switched him. To you terrestrial, my just got him wrong stick with it because you know profit can't be wrong. anyway, it was called to my attention by you Mary that I had not thoroughly explained the tokens which are the handshakes yet I think Diane I kind of went into that a little bit. But what you material through okay. When we're talking about tokens, it's the handshakes the I and going on memory here from my temple experience. The first token of the priesthood is a simple handshake where you shake hands and you put your thumb like between the first to know on the. Thumb more. It's the. One is some more and. So the second token of the priesthood is you go from more to between first and second knuckle with your thumbs. So as a handshake and your thumb was placed somewhere. Yup Yup Yup, and do in succession you will at the Vail. Which would emulate when you die or whatever you gotTa have the handshake baby to get into the celestial kingdom you need to show who are you showing Jesus the handshake Or God or demonstrating, but you're in the club by these handshakes bloom. Okay and you see them in succession. Yes. At the bail right now we're just learning what they are well, sure because that's supposed to prepare you for when you die and you need to know these handshakes. But. You know what? They don't think about if all, this is true, it's not and you die you're basically a god, not GonNa Create other worlds wouldn't you know the handshakes upon death? It's like you you diet let's say you're single person in the new die and then you get less mate then you have to give him the secret handshakes. So Stephen even know him on earth wouldn't you just be smart enough when you're in your heavenly body acts? Are you trying to make sense of the nonsense or planning on everyone panicked here on earth trend? Remember some stupid handshake duff fear fear. All Right Glenn clear that gun. It is time for the first token of the milk hesitant priesthood or the shirt nine. No sure sign is the second here. The sign of the nail period, and then the other ones the sure sign of a nail and the Patriarchal Grip but we'll get to that. Okay stop jumping ahead. It builds with excitement cash. Sure. Yeah. So we are again sitting in our seats and we have dude an all white making eye contact and voice booming from above but it's the voice of Peter who the guy standing there supposed to be Peter is yeah. Peters talking now and the guy in front couldn't bother memorizing a script I. Guess. So no, that's only in the Salt Lake temples and the temple. GAP Although I think Salt Lake's going to non live when they finished the renovations I could be wrong I don't know. Okay. Budding Mormon thespians out there are going to be missing their chance to get up on stage. Why don't you have to be like ninety years old to do that shit that's what they seem like they are. Okay. So the reason peters talking is because if you remember it goes Elohim Jehovah. Peter Peter's like in charge of James and John Peter Does I don't know but there's always a line of authority. It's a hierarchy course it or pay line of authority. Yes. Yes. Yes or thorny okay. Peter. Says as in the voice booming about Peter we will now give unto you the first token of the milk hesitant priesthood or the sign of. The nail with it's an accompanying name and sign and penalty. Again, we're doing pre nineties and clearly just in case anyone's confused the sign of the nail is the nail that Jesus bore on the Cross right? It's we're coming up Hey I'm just trying to clear things up for people who are like, who made it clear them up for me am. Sorry. Okay and again after nine thousand, nine, hundred took out the penalties it was starting to creep people out right? God changes mine. This token slash handshake is received by bringing the right hand into this position, which is basically just your hands sticking out. So the hand vertical the fingers close together and the thumb extended extend that Mary Mary's making the the my extended its straight up. Yes. That's extended straight up in the air. Yes. Okay. Yep and. I have seen people actually get corrected if their thumb isn't all the way up in the air. That's how. Nervous making this shit is you have all the way, right? Okay well. And the person giving the token, placing the tip of the forefinger of his right hand in the center of the palm of the other person and the thumb opposite on the back of the hand of the one receiving it. In this manner, we desire all to receive it. All arise everyone stands up the matron and the man matron goes in gives everyone the handshake and you can go down the line and they have to walk by the way they have to Shimmy and. Walk between the seats like imagine a movie theater and everyone's standing up and then someone has to Shimmy between the seats and in front of you these secret handshakes well, weird things we ought everyone's chewing mints Yep. So then they ask if any of you have not received token, you will please raise your hand. The name of the token is the son meaning the son of God and exactly how they say I thought it was the sign of the Nail Noah, the new handshake. Handshake. The Sun, this is like the actual. All the tokens were handshakes the token. There's the token. There's the name of the token. Okay. Token is the milk hazard created or sign of the nail okay. Why is complicated? Then it has a name, the name of the token. Is the son mining the son of God? So there's the handshake, which is the token within the hands of has a name. Then why do they call it the sign of the nail because that's the milk has it? It's the milk has. It's the first token handshake of the milk priesthood or sign of the now it's just that's just what it is, but it has a name additional additional words attach new. Year's Mormonism bitches. You sounded like a name to me. The name is the son because if you remember from previous, there's handshake, which is the token in the name of the handshake is your new name Oh member talk about in confusing and panicked like odor remember everyone gets the same handshake, but everybody gets a different name. Well, everyone has gone through. A Tuesday. The same name except for leap year. Yes. Yes. Oh my God. Okay. Keep going. Okay. Thank you. the signs another sign. So there's the token. There's the name of the token, which is the sun, and then what's the sign? This is the sign the signings made by bring the left hand in front of you with the hand and cupping shape the left arm forming a square. The right hand is also brought forward the palms down the fingers close together with the thumb extended. So that's what it is now, but before nineteen ninety that said and the thumb is placed over the left hip Oh, what's that a basket to be a slicing motion? Now that was thumb penalty over your left, hip? Yes. So the sign was the penalty. This is the sign right but it was actually. It is. From. The penalty is represented by drawing the thumb quickly across the body and dropping the hands of the side. So the sign is the cupping thing, and then if you had an ad the penalty to it, then you draw across yet and there's no penalty anymore. No, they got rid of that because I guess it was finally people out enough to be like I. Don't WanNa do this. This is so complicated in dumb everybody. Is it a little bit This is the penalty that our bodies be cut asunder and all your bowels Gush Out, Asunder Asunder so you're taking your thumb and your You're drawing it across your belly basically is that Harry? Carey? Is that what that is that's like a stabbing I. think that's just a stabbing bank. I need to learn more about my my penalty modes of death. Okay. Our Body be cut asunder and all your bowels gush out remember previously, they were not as bad. Our breasts be torn open our hearts and vitals torn out and give it to the birds of the air and the beasts of the field, and before that my throat from ear to ear and my tongue torn out by its roots well, mormonism Israel violently the roots of mormonism. and. We're accident talk about how this lines up almost perfectly with the masonic rituals and right do they make you cut your bowels out three specific? Yes. We're going to read those in a minute. So do they naturally to spill out of your body when you when you slice your guts open? Bins. Not watched the empire strikes. Back. On tontons belly and just like comes gushing maybe that's just what happens. It's all pressurized in there and says, Susan opening it's like Well. Yeah okay. Well for sure. Really tell any of the temple secrets well, you. You don't really want all those organs and things living outside your body. It's role now. Yeah they won't live. No know. The way that heavenly father made us. So craftily good luck getting six feet of intestines back in the right way probably the wind him up like you know how old school and we had taped. Put the Pencil in the whole on your. Need A, pencil. Pencil. Sharpened Pencil. Ben. Name on the whole hey look low hanging fruit joke. You don't take that one. I just did how you're GONNA talk about. Oh, my it was gonNA hang lower see. This is what happens. So maybe this would be a good time actually to compare it to masonic rituals why the fuck not do you have that Info? Do Dear Always Handy Info. All right. So let's remember again even though we just remembered about thirty seconds ago that the stage one penalty was my throat be cut from ear to ear and my tongue torn out by its roots. That's Mormon. K the oath of entered. Apprentice Mason and this is from eighteen twenty seven. Okay. Can I says I will never reveal any part or parts art. Or arts point or points of the secret arts and mysteries of ancient freemasonry binding myself under no less penalty than to have my throat cut across my tongue torn out by the roots. This is given by drawing your right hand across her throat that them next to your throat. Wow that sounds really familiar. Yeah I'm pretty sure Smith. Was A freemason. Wow Okay. So How To do that oh? Yeah. No. Stolen that Shit. You think use a plagiarism I don't know. Let's see. Maybe that was the only one who gave. Me You. Know stage is probably totally different. Totally different. Yeah. So in the temple, it says our breasts be torn open our hearts and vitals torn out and given to the birds of the air and the beasts of the field for sure that's from God. Sounds like God God isn't very creative. No. So he said it for the masons and then Joseph was like, well, you know with God's word was good enough for the Mason son. That's true. Gods like just do the Mason just do the. Again and make up more weird. Yeah. Busy. He's busy. How do you find car keys? Is. Okay burs the of the field. Here is the oath of fellow Craft Mason I'm most solemnly and sincerely promise and swear that I will not give the degree of fellow crap Mason to anyone of an inferior degree nor to any other being in the known world binding myself under no less penalty than to have my left breast torn open my heart and vitals taken from thence to become a prey to the wild beasts of the field and vulture. Of the air, the sign is given by drawing your right hand flat with the Palme bit next to your breast across your breast from the left side to the right side with some quickness and dropping it down by your side That's not familiar at all. You know it's interesting is that hierarchical church bullshit was in the thing you just read you give it to a lesser person exactly as I read it I'm like those fuckers they. Have to be above everyone not just women all here. Yeah. Yeah. Because what do they get to be like some Grand Poobah, the Mason Sure. Absolutely Masonic Temple GRANPA. Yes. So there's a hierarchy there and you get to Lord your position and I get secrets that you don't have recruit. Yeah right? Yeah. So, that's where it comes from and so far were to for to. Them being basically entities plagiarized yet but maybe maybe third penalty sure that'll be originally one and two were fluke thirds. GonNa be original. So Mormon says our body be cut asunder and all your bowels gush out like a Tom. Tom. I added the Tonton macoute right? Right K the oath of a master, Mason I most solemnly and sincerely promising swear in addition to my former obligations that I will not give the degree of a Master Mason to any. Of An inferior degree nor to any other being in the known world binding myself under no less penalty than to have my body severed into in the midst and dividing to the North and south my bowels burnt to the ashes the penal sign is given by putting the right hand to the left side of the bowels the hand open with a next to the belly slash them extend and drawing it across the belly and letting it fall same damn. Say for three. It's the same damn thing I wonder if Joseph Smith plagiarized the shit no, it's the one true church and God said God set it up not only got say God set this up. This is Jesus is church he set it up again in Jesus loves a good embezzlement thing. What do you? What do you encourage all the time? He told people to unveil themselves like the prostitute he was like you know what bitch I want you to take this knife and drought across your belly and tear that tongue out by the roots while you're at. Well, Hell Yeah Hell Billy into that Oh and then going. So no more right where's. Urges. With like on Westworld West Wing went were Wentworth. I said so difficult to remember. Now it's a weird word. Yet I said Jesus all in these rituals Oh violent, Jesus how? Violent vengeful Jesus yes. The Jesus I want my life. Praise Jesus my gun stupid and I think that's probably enough for today of the Temple because we gave a lot of time to our Utah trip, which is awesome. Yeah. My guts hurt suddenly. Yeah. Yeah Yeah. I kind of like my bowels in my body. Outside of my body I just hate that word bowels out. Bowel Movement not speaking of low hanging. You can talk about your bowel movements to Peter Priesthood that was walking on the street. He probably would have that conversation with you bowels or your dad has that conversation with you daily his aunt bowels, which by the way can we gave him the stop? The you bite the store that makes a shoot out. Okay. Take a break. I think we should. Talk about patrons yes. So. We are back to talk about patrons and Marco Polo channels. Pence but we haven't talked about this in like two weeks. We've taken a break. Yeah. We have more than five names maybe but I'm going to read five. That's how I d your name, a hoarder. For some reason I start with patrons. You learned that from you know your parents will name horror will be less of a mess to clean out. When I die and my children be like mom has names. There you go. All Right Pager Number One Sarah G G Sarah. Welcome to the show that. All right. what name are we giving her? Should we do it according to low hanging fruit jokes? it would be gas like a gas joke or gonads. Was Low. Are Going ads sorry about that. I was GONNA say gas next Lisa C.. O.. cousy. Stop. Kinda lingus. Okay Well Lisa. Look that you don't know what to next. Marcia, G again to another. Or that can be your guests each. Oh, wait wait for middle name s is actual last name. Oh I've got this. Oh Go. We can name her after my high school nickname which was ridiculous. I was a virgin and high school. Okay. Mary slut as I was called. So there you we can call her okay Marcia slide Marcia slut that's Sorry great next. Wendy F. I mean. It's fuck. Come on. It's Wendy Fuck you had come in. Ararat Wendy next is Brooke L.. Labia. Okay there you go. This was a fun one. So we've got gone. Ads. slot fuck and Land Labia Um. If you're well all those words in sentences like you get a prize and you're welcome alrighty channel channels, we have three channels more chance for low hanging fruit more chance Here we go. Jackie. Are are as for could be for racing. That's GONNA lane out was so lane. Raunchy Raunchy. 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The Drawing Board  Episode 90

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The Drawing Board Episode 90

"You're listening to the podcast or. visit www dot pastor, troy dot com before information. You. Now to Din to the drawing board PODCAST, a power thought provoking discussion where we talk about family. Ships Ministry. Community and career. Let's see what exciting guests we have on our show to. Welcome to the drawing board PODCAST. This is your host and found their Andre I. AM so excited to be with you. This evening we can. You believe we're headed to the month of September and just a matter of days I hope that you are planning. I, won't that you're, crystallize? Out that, you are being inspired, motivated and transformed by renewing your mind with the word of God, I don't care what you've gone through a what you have experienced. God's promise is greater than your problem. So that's a good way to start today's podcast. Listen the guests that I have on the show tonight. This young lady is dynamic. I know out listening to some an presenting to others mice sister in Christ might see prep sister I am possible sister Michael Benson welcome to the show Michael. Thank you so much for having me on. So excited for today show. Listen do you know how excited I was not saw your post to say that this was one of the first I ask. Bank run fast pass ever. saw like. This is how great it is for you to be at the drawing board you know and especially with the great work that I know that you've done. So you'll give me a second Mike I. Just WanNa Brag on you a bit if that S. okay. So our mark. A native before wing Indiana Mike Benson is in an award-winning speaker youth advocate and involve member in her community her targeted. Of. Outreach are social justice in Margalla marginalized communities, education for our youth along with passion for women's Rights Miss Benson dedicates her time to uplifting encouraging and motivating everyone she comes in contact with I'm I'm a testimony to that. And listen as a recent graduate of up Y MICA spent time on the campus being involved in various organizations that shed light on her passions for civil rights social justice, equity, and inclusion. We couldn't be in a more fitting time for leaders like yourself to raise those questions about the and here's a question actually. Michael. I just want you to I want. you to focus as a balloon now come back and get it. What does just look like what does justice look like and I think that that is a question that has yet to be answered exclusively clearly for African American men but but but in general people of Color what does justice look like? Let me finish telling them about because they're listen. You can. You can throw this in there. Real quick at what age did you? Graduate High School Michael US fifteen years old. Fifteen years old a graduate of what I want to say is one of the greatest schools. School in alum of. Cornerstone Christian College. Preparatory School better known to those with a term of endearment as C. Breath Pratt. Yes Oh. Before before I, go on any further I wanNA give honor court, of course in credits guy. But we have to honor you know the man of God the possible Dr Oscar? Jay. Underwood Junior. So shout out to you dad we love you. We would not be here without you and so I want to ask you Michael my first question to you is what what was it like journeying through CPR as a student there. So It's funny because I think about it all the time. But the first thing I always remind myself is that there wasn't just a student you know in those classes with an iconic brand. Dad, you know what? Those classes with Dr, Underwood and knew what was more than a student you know in that crash, I was treated somebody's daughter you know someone sister. Someone's loved one and you can feel the love in. So being a student because the general referred to you know, keep turning school you're exposed to a reality that s all I. Knew I was. From K. to twelve. So my whole entire life on new cornerstone PRAC- and so that was my family. You know that was the closest thing. I had to family at times and so I experience they are not enough been audited in years is that I wasn't a stupid I was a granddaughter someone granddaughter in school who was able to get the closest that I needed atrophy at the education I needed at an all time high. Allowing me the space to believe that I was passable allowing me to space to not even see eggers limitation I didn't think graduating high has left. It was cool because it was what was expected out of me and I didn't realize that until I got out of cornerstone and all my all this is different because NC print you're expected to be the greatest version of yourself in saw. When I was six years old reading. You know high school level books. It wasn't. Yeah. It was a beautiful thing I was applauding, but it felt good because it was expected out of me. So having an environment where there's now limit watched Sean upon were you doing great things? It's a beautiful place to be and I don't out of it. You Begin to reflect on those experiences in this like. Doing things that were extraordinary at sea prep in having the space to be the best version of yourself. If solemn courage because people look at me and they see my journey, I can always reflect back to the foundation of WHO I am. That will forever be CPR teaching that the amazing Underwood has given to me and my amazing colleagues like you alumni who are who are part of you. Know see prep forever. You know it's a lifelong bond lifelong family at. You'll forever have you're able to tap into a different stages of your life to refresh you to review the kind of the fire you need during the head and that's something that I know a hidden gem. It's forever what are Karma secret weapon you know returning to Eagle Mountain to be reminded of WHO I am WHO's In that something that I know it's been official to my future in its except that I've had so far and I will have in the future. Excellent. So I have I always felt a challenge for my guest, and so I was thinking I said Okay Laura what challenge will have for my sister tonight and I want you to because you're a poet with and so I want you to in case everything that you just said to me in a poet in a poem entitled I am more than a student and I want you to speak from your experiences she prep but I want you to advocate for children who are going through the educational process in the middle. Of that poem so I want you to talk about how as a student that you were a granddaughter as you as a student you're expected to do great things as a student. You were nourish in nurtured so that the best form of yourself you know a rising to the occasion was not a rare thing but you were taught to value who you were in the midst of the Educational Journey, and of course, we know that's Docs methodology. That is that is foundationally who taught us to be and so I want you. In, a poem entitled, I am more than a student. Off the down right now? No No. No. If you billing right now. I was. Talking to give five seconds to get it together, Bible left to do that I tell me except for challenge. Yes. So we and when you when you write it when you get it done, just let me know and we can do a You know we can do zoom call. We can do a facebook live where I live and you can just come on because I think is critical in what you're sharing especially talking about in an educational environment where we're talking about a diversity equity inclusion justice that we must acknowledge that the young people that enter our environment they enter in our environment as more than just a student. More than just the seventy, five, hundred dollars, a per pupil that you see out or more depending upon where. But when they enter that environment, they enter with the raw materials to become the best version of themselves, and it is obligatory to those there in their environment to unearth those treasures within by valuing who they are not just what they. So here's the thing Michael. You've been speaking across the world you have a brand new to have created an entrepreneur. Now I was sitting over there I was like, listen I, need to cross my legs and cry a little bit to let me. Mike out here. And so Mike Talk to you have a brain that you create created and you've been an entrepreneur now probably what going on nearly a year, right? Eight months as of on Sunday was eight months of full blown announcing occupied Murshid. Absolutely so from trauma. To, try. To, talk to me about what was the genesis of that idea? What was the impetus that caused you to say listen I need to share this? Give me go ahead and give me the skinny on it. How did happen? So literally from the triumph started announced it in decided the January twenty third of this year twenty twenty. And it was a series of events that led up to meet understanding in processing what my journey has meant to me so far the beautiful thing about my journeys that I've been able to be in a protected environment for most of my life in a obviously graduated early S. eighteen but most of my life with didn't start a lot of my processing of it didn't start until about twenty, nineteen, twenty twenty because up until that only sensitive identity was always school in. So I was a smart girl. You know Mike when she was young to the baby girl, she was a smart in. When my personality begins to develop Ima- dignity began to blossom and I was able to realize my passions while in Undergrad what I my diploma from up Y and I finished, you know the commencement speaker series and all that cool stuff. It hit me that okay. This major my life is done and my obligation I felt was so tie to make Sean May Mexico back home proud that I believe never took the time to process my own John in my own story in who Michael was at side of the attachments I had to the things that developed or what I thought was my identity. In Song sitting in my room and I'm like, okay, things are different. Now passions are different I was always taught will be a lawyer law was my thing in here I am front row at protests and this is a passion. I didn't even know I had in here. I am processing the things in my life that deemed as traumatic if finding triumphing in finding joy in. It and it was enough people knew me at campuses the inspirational rocket you could give me any bad experience and by the time I got to talk to you a restroom crying inbetween class because you encourage it was a thing. I thought I knew how to do as you know that's where we come from. You know being able to uplift, motivate and encourage we can do that. Because as best on environment and so I thought I was just expanding vice. It will be not true about our environment in the hit me like his against and then begets a write things down and put a name to it, and I was able to process my own experiences that were traumatic and one got through that unlike this is a journey and so when I began to process than actually. Mapping out. That's when the words and title from trauma trump came about because I. realize it was a journey and I realized traumatic things are a part of Joni will in while we're taught, you know what happens in this house stays in this house and you're Kinda hide those things I realize the beautiful debuted Ian because who was patterned to that is no more in the woman I am today always Strive to be, and that women can't happen unless I go through these things that I've been talked to kind of hide and be ashamed of when I realize that there's power in speaking truth in part of my truth are those experiences I knew it was time to make it. Make Sense I knew it was time to put it on a shirt to rep that Johnny took that brand in that's. When produce faith-based payroll with words on the apparel that represented Ma Journey and so then I begin to design shirts said forgiving in half that said that free and hats that said he'll in chosen and put it on shirts in while it was a simple word to me amid so much more because it was attached the journey I caught from trauma to China and then it's just been nonstop. Lure Shit nonstop speaking gauges not stop sales in. That's when I knew that was confirmation from God who was the main thing I was focused on that this was needed in this space in Cincinnati has been it's been not nonstop and another as I continue my journey the beautiful thing about that as you grow, you realize so much more. So there's times when I'm driving and I'm like, wow, guy I didn't even realize that at a realize this was also a part of the plant in. So we're in month eight in every month I realized something new about why this journey so important and why are this brag is so crucial to society in so. Eight months from now able to give you a completely different answer as opposed to what I feel like the purpose is because you're supposed to see growth constantly. And that's what I'm seeing and I'm getting relations constantly But as of right now that during just happened because are processed. The things that I thought were meant to break me in, told them into the things that elevated me, and that's what I call that journey. I think that that's amazing. When you referred to it as a journey or you refer to it as a process and as I'm sitting here, listening to you description definitely comes to me The guy will give you beauty for ashes. The oil of joy for mourning the garment of praise where the spirit of heaviness and so as we connect to him, there's a divine exchange for our. and His Holiness right and so he's already been bruised for our iniquities and you know the test heisman of our pieces are already been upon him and so when we take our burdens to the cross, we exchange there because he's already paid at all but here's the reality and I what I what I find extremely interesting about your particular story. When you share it is I love the candor I love the transparency because there can't be connection where there's not transparency. And so when you are transparent and we bring us into that intimate moment. On yourself to be vulnerable I think that is what people need to me. That's true. Ministry. Because the scripture is there to confirm, God has already said the testimony that I present to you begins to tell you how he's worked that scripture out in my life. So people need the testimony. Swear description tell us Michael. But we overcome him by the blood of the lamb and by the word of our testimony. Seems that we are having a little bit a slight technical difficulties here. Low Low Mica. Low Low. A. Right well as we are waiting for Mike to rejoin us. And I'm sure she can hear me or not I've just. Wait for her law on but this young lady. Has a dynamic and powerful story and you are. An organization in the Indianapolis Area I'm sure that if you're doing the work of empowering people that you are already aware of Mica somewhere that you can go and check out. Some of her podcast now podcast with her Her talks you can go to either facebook or Instagram at Mike Benson or you can go to Mike Benson. Or? Okay King. MICA. My whole screen froze uh. Oh. Oh Yeah. Well, we know that hey, listen the enemy has no power. Right. Yes. So we have your voice I don't know what's going on with the screen but I'm glad that you're here I was just telling them I said, if you're organizations that are in the Indianapolis area if they're not aware of who you are then that means they haven't done enough work yet but you know, I, definitely want to say across the world if you're looking for a powerful dynamic speaker are you can find her at Mica Benson Dot Org and you'll be able to learn more about her there. Mike got a question for you. When when you came about trauma particularly with you know we're in the midst of what's not so much quarantine anymore but children going into this virtual learning space they are at home. And we know that sometimes that home is not always a safe place for every. what would be your earn courage moment to teachers that are looking at this trauma in you know the trauma informed youth practices or people are learning how to cultivate healthy relationships. What would be your vice about engaging who could be in the middle of or at the beginning of or just coming out of severe trauma. And the one thing that really got me through when I was processed. Trauma I'm the first thing I have to tell myself to give myself grace and I really had to unpack in really understand what that meant in the sense of I had to realize that I it was trauma and that's hard sometimes because you almost feel guilty or you sometimes they feel like what you're experiencing isn't a real emotion or isn't a real thing because those around you aren't experiencing it. And so in those moments I had to really unpack in really really understand that what I was going through was a real thing in processing. Bet. I was able to pack more. So the first just recognizing and accepting the fact that which you're feeling is real in which you're experiencing Israel regardless of what's happening around you. Once I realized that I was able to package the resources around me to give to support in that So for me openly speak, you should have social media Mike, Vinson on instagram and facebook openly speak about my battles with depression and mental health and I didn't realize that what I was going through was depression until I realized how I felt was real emotion and it was a real thing that I was experiencing and depression and self is a traumatic experience regardless of what anybody tells you about what they've been through with it. and so my advice adults may be listening who may know someone who they're going through an experience. Themselves is to recognize it if one that their emotions are real and what they're feeling. Israel. But two that's a emotion that we have to cultivate in nurture and get support to get light too so that it doesn't take out and so they were able to get. To the triumphant level that we aspire to be. Absolutely. Thank you for sharing that and listening to. You know when you talk about sometimes those experiences. Throughout life those traumatic experience ghosts suppressed until you are at an age where you are at a point of reflection and it seemed like it. Or that actually vent. Fresh. The experience, the trauma of it is. Genetic moment when you become fully aware of what actually occurred and sometimes I believe that new can be exposed to a thing. Earning God gives you that race he inked to in a safe environment, and then when you have matured point that you can handle processing it, he allows that to be revealed or something triggers it, and he he begins walk you through that process are share. Transparently I remember being in college I was taking sociology sociology class. So we were talking about statistically What are some of the things are traumatic events that impact people's lives? So we we go through sexual trauma we go through being raised by single parent. Poverty as a traumatic experience, and then we get to a domestic violence having witnessed or observed a domestic violence whether in your household, a weather relatives household, and they were saying that I know the stats have changed But at that time, it was like one in three. One everyone in three people have been exposed to domestic violence, and so I remember looking around the room and just counting like how many people were in the room and I go one two and I realized that that was the third person and had experience had witnessed throughout my life in seeing islets and that was an eye opening moment like wow. And something that had been in some households or in some families normalized a win exposed to greater information. You realize that that awareness now invokes responsibility to act but you know what you said Michael and I'm just highlighting this. You said when you can that'll or I'm paraphrasing that awareness to act you immediately sought support. That's that's major. Or? So you you've got hats out there. You gotta get my healed had. healed. It's a, it's a good conversation piece and so. Mike Talk to me about because those words were intentional when you chose them with does the work forgiveness take me to that moment? What what space were you giving yourself the grace to be forgiven or extending forgiveness to someone else. Wow. As the what okay. So I did all of my design in all of my editing one night most people don't know that I mean I literally walk out of my sleep and I'm like I have to get this out of my head I kept seeing. Color Blacks, I kept seeing pink gray black and I kept seeing face. Like that and I just kept praying as. Middle Night I opened up my laptop in immediately started editing anybody who knows me? No I am not a tech person strikes me and I kid you not our into straight it mode I designed my website did a research when a got to the point of me finishing the website when I first completed it, I had no intentions adding merchandise. My website Mike admits that or which is a place for individuals to come book my services and kind of have a more personal way packing. It wasn't a of the Daniel fast in the beginning of February. The and while doing that fast, that's when God spoke to me and told me to ask the merchandise when I begin to design the merchandise. They were really points of contact for me those emotions. Forgiveness set free chosen. Those weren't things that I felt about myself. In that moment I was really speaking light to the market and I wanted to be months from in that moment beginning of January and February Depressed I did not want to go to Grad School I did not want to go to law school I was not interested in anything that had formally identified me as Mica in. So in the beginning of this year, I had no idea who I was none. I was winging it. I was going off of the things that were normal for me being able to speak in right whale and kind of get by if when I began to design those things and know for a fact, it was purely just got moving through because those were experiences added to be true about myself. It wasn't until March in maybe beginning. Of April where the were those words became real for me. Why? Because every day I wear my heel at every day I was I, was dedicated to making sure I was in tune with the things that was doing through me in that motivated me to feel forgiven into forgive in what they need to start my journey appealing answer feel healed and so they serve. As a point of contact for me in as encouraging for me to be what I was designing into believe what I was giving out to the world is so in a weird way, my business was my ministry it ministered to me because when I designed and I didn't feel it but now that it's mine and now that I've been walking in this calling. Of Bigger entrepreneur of being the CEO of from trauma to triumph had had to become one with the things that got are do it but the thing that got got is doing through me and so now I'm healed and now I feel set free and now feel chosen because I spoke life into the person that I am today way back in January. until now, answering that question, the things that I seek to forgive our the matic experiences one are the forgive myself for even being in those spaces or you know spending like if there was anything in me, that wasn't right. Forgiving. Myself a bat but also forgiving who they didn't know what they were doing 'cause they were giving me the hurt that they thought were real emotions as well and so now I'm able to internalize so much so that the things that used to trigger me, don't even trigger me anymore or the things that might have made me feel like wasn't worthy of love and then I wasn't healing. Don't give me that same emotion anymore. So it's definitely been a journey. That's why I keep using the word journey definitely that and I'm happy that back in listened to listen to what I was feeling because I spoke life into a situation that I didn't even know existed. In by God's grace is able to impact can help others the as will. Right. Only on the drawing board nation right now to go to your website because what those were for you where prophetic points of contact where although you didn't feel that way you declared every time at one that you are hugh. You declared every time that someone or something or even yourself made you feel like you weren't chosen for the task that you were choked. You forgive that you were set free and so I think that that's important that people who are experiencing berry strong emotions or even have a pattern of thinking because sometimes it goes beyond just you know I feel a certain way but you have trained your mind to believe this about yourself or you've you've heard these words We speaking with someone who doesn't speak positively you those words, curses can be broken broken by a prophetic declaration. So this is not just merchandise for you will. This can serve as a point of contact and let me clarify for those out there. A point of contact is something that symbolizes for you. Every time you come in contact with it, it causes you to release your measure of faith and dependence on. To perform the impossible. So get healed hat, get that chosen shirt get that. Go ahead and break it down. Mike what else don't. Forget I release this product I came out with a shirt that could fit the whole family. So I had was these in. So for the children silently you is shirt though shirt said healed by default and that's something I'm going to be releasing again soon because I understood that the parents are hugh, the adults on Hugh than half a trickle down to in the household as will and so we will be offering that soon. As a right now we have unisex sizes. Forgiven. Shirts. Shirts react healed hats chosen had inset free hats all available on the website now. Okay excellent. I was about to say you had onesies our own. No, you can't. Even to Quincy. That's. S Gary. Very interesting if I see anybody out there in the two X Onesie, go have a problem. Know. It is a amazing when I'm thinking about your journey because. I was older you know And getting the chance to to because I. think that you and my sister are the same age You guys were I think you guys were in Miss. Breaks Class Yeah. So I was and so I remember thinking I said well, that's a little Mike. So. Yeah to see her to see you now you know maturing and like taking this world by storm when I tell you ungodly proud of you I. I am Super Super Godly proud of you. So Michael Talk to me, I ask you this question at the beginning of our podcast. What does what does it look like for you? What do you think justice looks like? Honestly just speaking from the heart. Another, there's no black and white answer to what's happening right now because the more than I am pack Black Lives Matter I'm able to realize diversity in black people in black experiences in black culture and I realized that. Unfortunately due to my lack of. Justice. Entire experience. I will so focused on one specific experience of the black clad in. So when I spoke about justice in the Hashtag, black lives, matters I was speaking to win experience that. Resonated with my experience, a black woman in the privilege and I've had even in my life. You not recognize that having see practice privilege in having my loving mother to fortify those privileges that other Brat people don't have. So many acts in the question would justice look like a recognized there's no black and white answer to it goes right answer and I also have recognized that justice for me looks completely different than with just like for you because of experiences in who we are as people but as of right now indiscriminate cry in this current climate. I would say justice starts with believing that every black lives matters not just the ones that we relate to in. So as a black woman, I feel there's lots ability of speaking for every black life including those aren't mainstream including those at Art Hashtag right now including poor black lives in the Black Labrador incarcerated I began to realize that when I'm speaking about. This justice in the in the the things that I want for people who are three you know people who are not incarcerated. There's so many other levels to justice can apply to in. So I would say the answer to justice looks like is first making sure that we have justice that is applicable to every black life and not just those that relates to who we are. I concur with you about the individual. Of what justice looks like on each person's life You know just at this recent shooting in Wisconsin where know another unarmed black man Ends up gunned down. Of course we're still waiting for justice for a Brianna Taylor's killers waiting for justice on so many fronts I think that it is important when we start talking about justice particularly because of civil rights you're interested in women's rights in your interest in you know rectifying a shaking up the criminal justice system a your interest in advocating for youth to come from marginalized communities it is important to understand like you said that the black experience not a monolithic experience it is. It is not all one we we you cannot just equate blackness with struggle you can't Blakeway With poverty you can't equate blackness with a certain vernacular or a way of speaking you. We have we will. You can't even equate blackness with just the complexion we come in all shapes colors are Melanin is beautiful. Every time that the summer in the spring comes around in the sun decides that it wants to. So gently kissed my skin in the melon is extracted I am reminded that it it lets me know on signifies that rich heritage. Coming, struggle is there When I see, let's me know that there's at in as a doctrinal will tell us that there's an inherent power within us that there's a transformation transformational experience that signifies to me that indicates that I'm more than a conqueror. or in so. Talk About, justice we have to I I asked this question Mike, and I I love this to you is a. I ask people this question. What label do you have to put in front of my name in order to not recognize my humanity Do you have to put black in front of? Human do you have to put male Ronald? Human do you have to put for other for impoverished in front of human? Do you have to put ghetto or ratchet which causes you to to? Not Look at my humanity i. How do you think that we can turn this tide how we can heal? Go. Between what justice currently looks like? And what we know that it should be of getting people to just acknowledged purely I that we are all human. Wow. With that that question that itself it strikes so much thought for me. Personally in my life, a what more activity to be doing. The things that I'm doing now. But I think the first set As always is just once again recognizing. That we argument but I think the first recognizing is recognize who you are as individuals. a lot of times. We have people speaking about experiences that they have no idea about in. So you have individuals in power creating policies in rules for the community that they've never even been in the last will see the conflict because it's hard for us recognize experience that you don't identify with at all. Especially, you don't take the time to even learn abide or really understand, and that's not the biggest disconnect even an Undergrad not even a judicial level, just an underground in college and I was an advocate the union in some involved and I realize when I can't these meetings I was advocating for eight other thousand, eight, thousand other blackstone into our had different experiences than meet. in so. Okay seems that we have lots Mike Again I'm sure she's going to log back on but I'll I'll ask the community question. If. You went to a predominantly white institute. Have you. Clash and discussing. Experience in America and they expected for you to speak for all of the African. American culture have you ever felt the weight of the responsibility to have to answer for the entire African American race Have you had the ability? To properly articulate your individual experience as an African American shed light information awareness of for others so that they realize that you represent one perspective of black America Mike Are you back. I'm back. Okay. Excellent. So you're saying that you were representing speaking for eight thousand other African Americans that had different experiences from you. Yes. in that I was able you know able to advocate to the best of my ability. Would I believe in general? We need on can't. So you know in those meetings I was able to save black students. He say place you know some able to speak those general. Requests and the things that will always here. But then I began to realize that a safe place even that looks different because we're all black does not mean everything feel sater's if there was so much there's so many levels to unpacking the experience of being human. They experience of being a person the experience of being Cooley are, and so I rise a first for me I'm you're speaking about, what will we need an don't even know what I mean in. So when I began to really dig deep into what weather's individual while was as humid who I was Mica, it allowed me to advocate for others a little bit more easier. That's good and I I think that's so important like you know in the poem or the student creed today this new day. one of my favorite lines I was talking to Darren about this when he was on and I was talking to one about this when he was on and I was talking to different see prep alum all talking to Dr Shawn about this over the phone. One of my favorite lines is at the end and I and I remember the hot tears that roll down my face in a moment when I this poem or this affirmation the most. And the the line goals thus my burden lightens with each revelation of me. Just let that sink in for a second. The burden. License with each revelation of me. So that, we understand we go through life progressive. Become, getting the revelation of who we are. some things a foundational about us. Some things are fluid in the Bible talks about until Christ's be formed in US until our nature in our character are in alignment with who he was in Earth. Michael, what do you think about this especially as an advocate for those that are going from trauma to triumphs? How much of self awareness is needed to begin the journey? And the journey ever end. STEPH A is crucial. To. Sensual you're not aware of yourself. You want. I recognize that you've been through trauma. because you'll believe that that's a part of your identity up until that point when I say that I mean. It took me having to sit down and say Mica these things happen to you. Sometimes. I did defying things as trauma that is essential to you even getting to the point of realizing who you are as individual invites versa. So it was a mutual exchange that of happened at the same time because that's an earlier those pudding truth to the things that I went through was taboo for me. No none of my siblings did it I don't ever remember having conversations with them about depression mental health are things of that. Nature. is so when I began to realize who I was in incomes that moment of self awareness I was able to recognize that one these things happen to me in while they're not okay I have to figure out how I can turn these things into my favor. As in you know I'm able to conquer them and I'm able to do the things I needed to become better in spite of what I'm feeling right now and so. When I went through that Gurney it was difficult. You know it was it was a new experience for me and as I mentioned earlier I immediately went into research and figuring out. Okay. Who Can I listened to? Who Else? Who looks like me or who has had the same journey his speak to literally being suicidal. Then when I began to search I'm like this the starts it got it got less extensive on my well, nobody's speaking about the things that I know are real emotions for me and a got discouraging honestly that kind of put a fuel in me to speak more about what I was feeling because I can't sit in take the title of a mentor take the title of someone looking up to me being inspired by me and I'm giving them smoke you know and I'm. Not, being real in and I found myself feeling guilty all my I can only imagine how many people are looking at my journey and only the good. Then they're blindsided when the back comes because a person that they're looking to fire them is refusing to be real about what they're thinking and I refuse to blindside somebody and so then it sparked something meter realize wow my journey only includes me bringing awareness tomaszow by helping somebody else discover themselves as well in that added another. Layer to what I knew Detroit always tell people is one thing to realize who you are. But when you had the spring in the power to help somebody else realize their power who they are will best the true beauty in it. I couldn't be selfishness pursuit of realizing the power that live within me because somebody else needed it to some humble and I'm I'm grateful for the journey, but I also recognize the weight that comes with it because a lot of. People aren't talking about it. You know we go through our genetic experiences in we hide them all we hide so much. It's so yacking Unical should media and I can post a degree. I can post you know what I'm saying that the good things I have my beautiful happy family ACA post me falling out at church you can do all those things inaccurate sugar, coat it but that gets me nowhere because how many lives and not really being coaster in back to Christ. In my real journey anything's going through have been able to bless so many people. In full honesty when I think about what you just asked I, think about that whole entitled process in that whole entire journey of realizing who I was in the duties attached to my name in the accountability I had to Christ most important me to not let his grace in His mercy go to waste money just keeping it all in my apartment. No somebody needs to know about this journey through suicide it through depression that I just had because I not enough the only one going through it. You know some of US need. We're we're taught to dress it up and make it look good so well so we need to recognize that we're not. Okay. In when win Badge Journey, I got deepens at therapy I got deep into recognizing what happened to me in allowing myself. To feel that Internet, feel bad for feeling part about the things that my parents probably didn't know any better about feeling bad about the things that my colleague might. When you begin to realize that, your heart is your own and nobody can define it for you. There's power in that because we were able to own it you're able to heal from it and I wasn't able to retailing unless I. I admitted it was something that was going through. What did that everything else kind of unraveled as a result Thank. You for sharing that. Mike. And we come to we come to the realization that without self awareness you cannot reclaim your personal power. And you know that personal power is instrumental. In moving what I like to say moving forward. Not Talk to people Michael who has gone through very traumatic. Always encouraged him to know it is not about moving on. But it is progressing in moving full because. There are some things that you will process at. We will process for a lifetime. There are some things that can come you process through. I can always tell that when God is promoting or when God has taken us to another level because the enemy doesn't come with anything new and so Egypt's seems to be heightened an exaggerated. Whether it's whatever whatever your situation is and let's just go ahead and be honest and with everybody out there everybody limps in some areas If. You are human. You have an area in your life that calls for you have a greater dependency on God so whether it is mental health whether is some type of addiction whether it is unhealthy relation whatever it is that you have there's a lot of your life that may be hidden from playing view that causes you to pray. I think. That is relative. Here's the thing somebody out there I. Felt Michael. While you were sharing that somebody just needed to make that declaration that I am not what happened to. Go ahead, go. Be People on there that. Claiming. What happened to me? released the guilt of that released the the processor, the pain of that no that it was nothing that you could do. Could provoke someone else's perversion or ideas to come toward you in your youth. There's nothing you could have done. It was their dysfunction watch this and dare to say it was their trauma. War. So guess what you are not people out there listening you need to declare that somebody put that in the chat I am not what happened to me. So Michael, we are in this window. Can you believe we only have about ten minutes left in our conversation and what I want you to do I just want you to open your heart because I know God is giving you a message and I just want you to share with the people I empower them. Share motivate them encourage them but somebody's listening right now mica and they're going through Kobe nineteen. They may have been quarantined along They may currently be without a job or they are eagerly awaiting. This stimulus just keeps getting pushed back in back They realized I've seen so many people quoting drake no new friends I've seen I've seen people talking about you know a haters going to hate in you know some family I've seen all of the quotes that for me for direct project onto the time line hurt paying dysfunction in trump that's what I see. So when somebody is posting on my haters and all this other kind of. It lets me know that you're hurting. Okay. Let's me know that you're hurry and instead of you saying in your in your comment listen I'm hurting somebody helped me. You decide to say off forget all my haters and Blah Blah Blah Blah. Michael, can you minister to them from a very real place because they need a to become self aware reclaim their personal power so that they can move. From. The heart What I will say what I do know to be true and I know that people always say it's sometimes it can be shaming here. But what I do not to be true from someone who's been through a latte someone who who's experienced meets meets more than what you may be on which you may see from the surface on. Everything you need if any, and the Times that I've realized who I was in strengthen our hat they always happened at times where I believe was like my lowest point and so if you look at Michael she media in on website more about my story but January I twenty eighteen saddened face Very, traumatic experience could could've died almost I I remember economy amount in the ambulance telling her hey. Staff and I remember being Russian hospital and that was the first real experience I have that I would identify ask traumatic scary going out of consciousness I don't know was happening I have no family I'm the Indianapolis everything happened so fast I'm fighting for my life literally in all I had was Michael They shut down my entire hospital room floor couldn't have phone my mom not there my daddy's not there. My sisters aren't here. The mentors are my war aren't there in that it was not known as Mica the fifteen year old you know genius I wasn't known. As Mica the smart growing college can't I wasn't known as Michael With awards when those dockers camps, that hospital room, what they saw was a young black girl with no support system who have been rushed to hospital with a sad wound to her face and for a moment I began to think that that experience was who was going to be actor I begin to believe that I would never be the same and. What are these people WanNa think about me what have my mom? Would you begin to get into that moment of what it's in who in what they are thinking what they are assuming but then I realized that beauty in that moment is I had to tap into a strength I did not know existed and I begin to encourage myself in knowing that the power that God. Gave me was enough to save my life in who he is, who he was will forever be back when I began to tap into that inherent power something shifted and so I began to realize really embrace traumatic experiences because had it not been for that moment? The strength I had to just survive cove it for a week in the Monja in that breathing in a blood transfusion and blood draws in shots for seven days at a time with once again no family once again no support once again, no contact. But once again, only doctors who only see with lying on that table had it not been for the experience that happened Twenty Eighteen Michael? Winner survived will just happen in twenty twenty, and so then I'm realizing that these traumatic experiences allied with each other because if you do what you're supposed to do, if you the work which you're taught in one season will save your life in the next. Out is really really want to encourage people when you're going through these moments, you know the grit in the grind that you learn in twenty eighteen where you're going through financial struggles is the grit in the grind that can encourage to lost that business to make sure you nobody else attached to you ever has to work in that way again if so you begin to ally seasons, recognize the power that God is trying to give you in the strength that he's trying to give. You the lesson that he's trying to teach you you won't be ashamed of your scars because scars may rule they. They move think they should think they arrive within you to be at the right place at the right time. It's any most importantly prepared for the Black Zagat has to give you If the person I was before stabbing in twenty eighteen would've never launched the business you know from Thomas to child was birthed from the experience at the enemy set. Take me out. With the audacity, you know to bring a brand suid. It's a put. It also shows in that make somebody else recognizes their journey and thankfully adult look like what I've been through but also can't rest in that because God's grace alone doing that thing for me and I feel like because I don't look what I've been through at even war a rich announced what I've been through. So that folks on the twits, this uptake sacrifice, you know it takes sparring it takes those traumatic experiences and will you understand that alignment that's supposed to happen behind it you're no longer ashamed of what's happened. So anyone who's going through these times. Who's going through the things that you may not see other people talking about other people declaring in exposing time case. That in this season gotta trying to give you something that will help you elevate and that was possibly save when the nets and so if that's you out, of attitude, sit in that, you sit in these moments and you got to give you the strength into reveal to you what he's trying to give you so that whatever this even supposed to teach you, you are equipped to handle you're able to handle what's coming the next. Mike that's powerful. That is powerful. And so I want to end this. podcast with actually a quote. From our mentor you call Him Granddad I call Him Dad. Just. Because I'm just a few years older. It comes from his book and for all educators people out there it says bumblebees can fly developing the inherent power in young men of color needed to achieve in education succeed in life empowering young men of color quote from the introduction, the first lying. It says transformational living. Isn't intentional. Use of one's personal inherent power to change in overwrite any limitations in life that prohibit maximum living achievement and success, and what you heard Mike Talk. About. Today what you talked about Michael from. From. Trauma to triumph. Is Transformational Living? And I think that it is great that you have shared your story. I simpson anointing. Whenever you begin to talk about guys grace his power is ability to deliver whenever you testify that same anointing that brought you out is transferred to the hearer. if they would receive it and so we close out understanding. That It is the drawing board nations endeavor. To create an experience that will transform the world. So Mike, you are transforming the world. We thank you for coming onto our podcast and please tell them working they find you all all of your social media handles and website. So my social media on presonal will be instagram on facebook Mike Vincent or you can find me as well at from trauma triumph on grants and on facebook almond. That's how you can with the business as always Mike Benson Dot Org is always updated with new ways to contact me in addition to on my traffic information I'm newly I'm a newly individual on twitter new to it, and so at twitter, it's at Mike Vincent T I'm and those are the best ways to contact needs. Excellent well since I thank you for coming on a secret life. Shout out again to Apostle underwood. Definitely. Making true. The Word God spoke to you that you would send profits to the nation profits that are decreasing and declaring the word of God. Speaking truth to power. So if you don't know about cornerstone Christian College Preparatory School, you need to check it out. You're in the Greater Fort Wayne area you need to send your child to that school, and so we close it out like this knowing that our future is not behind us. It is not before us it is within us God. Bless you. Thank you again for coming all. Happy. Absolutely piece.

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91: Non-Repulsive Greasy Sneezes

Latter-Day Lesbian

1:00:53 hr | 8 months ago

91: Non-Repulsive Greasy Sneezes

"In this episode Mary we are once again back in the temple you're kidding. However today temple episode, we're going to dive into the penalty portion who man for those of you ex most who went through the temple in the nineteen ninety or later or for those of you never mos I guarantee you're going be like what the actual fuck out already dropping of bombs there you go. And we have a new segment to introduce today. It's called what they said to get into the group. That should be fun. Sure. Will don't. We have a Mormon Madelyn is well, we're mad living the daycare we got lots going on. All right. We'll stay tuned beer right back. Hey everybody. Welcome to day lesbian the podcast about an ex mormon gay girl just trying to figure out her live. My Name is Mary name is Shelly. Glad we got that out of the way. To I'm shelley. Yeah. Okay. Got It. Got Loud and clear. I. Think we know at this point who each other are, which other is who you are who each other are. What is the appropriate grammar on that? Who each other is I probably sound. Okay well, I just will never say that because it's again when you have the word each and there I think it's each is if you took out the rest of the world if you said each are that's weird. That would be we okay. We don't want any any weird grammar going on here. So we are grammar snobs are we a little bit? I am a little bit I. Love It. Yeah. Okay. Good to know here we are learning more stuff about each other get into this week's APP. Is so you're but we're not going to just jump right into Satan right now even though you know he was just cast out. Lucifer you're right. Lucifer was just cast becomes Satan according to moments I. You know I don't know don't know or the adversary He's got lots of fun names. Yeah. What was one of them oh? You know what we're going to save one of those names for a food pod because I'm GonNa Forget, yes you I'm GonNa. See this term who somewhere in the future and I'm GonNa Forget what it means for sure you will we're going to we're going to kick that can down there been so we'll get that back out actually don't remember what the phrases right now, but it had something to do with morning or sunshine or something I don. Sunbeam I don't know that was lawn chair. Satan wants me for a Sunbeam that right? No. No No. No. So I would love to point out that Mary me was worried that the temple episodes were getting too boring. So we posed the Or something whatever we posed the question to our channels members via video messaging. Yes and actually known skating board. I think those all were XMAS. Sure. Sure. little triggered me yes. Yes I. Think a lot of the point of stretching this out over ten billion episodes. Is that a? Our episode. No No, you don't unless you're GONNA like a hell of a long road trip in case just keep playing the back to back Tabatha ago also. There's so much here to unravel into make fun of into dig into. And a Lotta Times you have to like get triggered than recover at the same time. So we WANNA space it slow and we also want to show you the impact of how fucking boring going to the Temple is oh, for sure. Yeah. Yeah. Yeah. oops. Speaking. Of Channels. So we have a channels member TRAE, who is a regular contributor. In fact, last week we read her journal Journey Curry can I insert tray is probably the happiest person on earth my she's fantastic. She's always smiling always always happy seems like it. I'm sure she's not trae. We're not trying to belittle your experience. You may have a bad day you. Just. Don't get on channels when you're having your back now. I'm kidding I'm kidding. Actually she should sometime. I WanNa should you should trae? You are welcome to share whatever you're feeling that day up some channels it's a safe space but any who she had a funny funny funny response to the whole Micheal Ballum thing. That's his name right correctly she said during a family reunion in Idaho part of her family stayed at his house I don't know maybe at a rental or something or maybe they know what might can't remember that part of the story but for those of you if this is your first episode, Micheal Ballum is the actor that plays Lucifer in the temple videos. Yes. Says thank you for pointing out so anyway, so Lucifer they stayed at Lucifer's house. I know and she's Part of her family wrecked the place they clogged up all the door late how? Yeah and destroyed the pool table. What a funny little anecdote. That is great careful though because he will buy false priests who oppress guys. That's one of the things he's buy with all the money. All the money he has he buys pool tables instead. They get trashed by trace family. Okay we love. More than ever now and I think she knows everyone who's considered like Mormon royalty yet knows a lot of people she does and also our good friend. Kimberly Anderson seems to know Mormon royalty her uncle who was in the video for. Godly sorrow Oh, right yes and there some relation between her and Micheal Ballum to family remember. But I would like to point out that Kimberly Anderson chimed in and said that my Micheal Ballum impression is spot on Yup I needed to hear that because I'm sure as we're recording I'm like mayor you have no idea how well I'm doing with this Micheal Ballum Shit I'm using all the correct annunciation. I am crushing this of course Mary's Ga.. It was entertaining. that. But I'm trying to point out how I'm go ahead and say perfect Yes. My representations of Micheal Ballum Lucifer and the temple video is so to have someone who has. Seen, the video and I've had a few people tell me this to say how spot on it is. I just you know I think I, think I deserve some kind of a trophy and award. Yeah for sure and you know as a woman who's recovering from mormonism. A PAT on the back no no unhealthy self esteem hair done. Nine. To is It's been years since I've been to the temple years and I guess maybe this goes to show how completely ingrained ingrained how I was so entrenched, how I was trying so hard to pull meaning out of this feeling like I needed to connect with God somehow listening to these words that Shit will be in my head forever. Yeah. Granted I am reading the script. But if I'm being honest most of the script, I could just rattle off verbatim. Crazy, it's a little trigger even for me for some reason I'm not sure why. Also probably before we get into the temple I have been coming across some letters because of my blog project. Yes. Yes. That's a little reminder about going to our website. If you want to partake of some entries latter day lesbian dot org slash letters maybe we can read a couple of them talking about the temple episode just reminded me of a couple of these letters one of them was from. Five fifteen nineteen k woo that's longtime longtime ago Justin writes enjoying the show if you two are up for it, I have an episode idea dedicate it to looking at shelley's experiences and bringing might mormonism through the lens of the Bite model be it. We could probably do if you episodes on that. Yeah. To write that down make note it's right here in black and white I'm reading it right now. Okay. The other thing Justin said, also I would appreciate it if you would use the term conditioned or indoctrinated instead of brainwashed Oh Justin I was brainwash. So what do you think about that? Okay. So I'm not poking fun adjusted some people use different terms to describe different things. Yeah. Some people the word brainwashing could be offensive but I do believe I was brainwashed percent. So that term works for me in since I'm the one describing it. You know I don't really see lot difference between brain washing and conditioning. It's the same thing. Or indoctrination indoctrination, and maybe for me brainwashing a good term because brainwashing I think gives like a negative connotation and I do think it was very very negative. Yeah. do you think though a lot of times we have a tendency to soften language just in general. Sure. So instead of saying rape, we might say sexual abuse or might say sexual assault sexual assault or instead of alcoholism we might say drinking problem or something similar. You know I think that we just have this tendency to not wanNA say something that. Seems Real Harsh. Right? You know right I agree with you I still think that the person who was saying it owns their feelings till for sure. Yeah. You don't have to speak for everybody your experience that's your experience right? Just like people don't like US sometimes saying that it's a cult I do believe it's a and I'm going to call it a cult I. think it's a call. That's fine. You don't have no you can call it something else but we do appreciate Justin's concern and opinion and I was brainwashed. There you go. Okay. This also from May of twenty, nine nine is from Kate. she says, I came up with a food pod the unwritten of things that could be a film pod I. Don't really know what that is. To me but I would have to look up an exact definition. Okay. We'll table that one cat. Kate says I wanted to share a moment of religion shaming that really almost sent me over the edge a few years ago. My mother in law passed a few years ago and my father-in-law is remarried at the time that my inlaws I became aware of my intention to leave the church my stepmother in law told me that I should leave my husband and children so that my good faithful husband could remarry a faithful woman you're going would raise my children right And they could go to the celestial kingdom without me. Of course, the sure that deserves a big old punch in your step ex mother-in-law's throat. There got it. All Out Kate says even though it actually happened sometimes when I think about it, it feels so surreal because it is so bizarre to believe that anyone would have the nerve to say something. So terrible to someone and someone you don't even know very well neither she says, anyway, keep up the good work all keep listening. I can't wait to hear if you use my phrase, we'll have to throw it in the to we'll have to she says yours and outer darkness kate the apostate. Posted I. Love It. Let's break that down very simply. Okay. You are not a good mother if you are not Mormon right bone a win. If you leave the church, you should do your husband favor in divorce so he can. Yeah. Right just woman sure and bottom line is if you're not a mormon, you're not a good mom. Not a good wife not a good mother now there you go and that's all ally. Yes, it is and one more. This is March of twenty, nine, thousand, nine. I know this blog project is really I'm Dustin him off. Grandchild John Right great job. This says, Hi, Marian Shelly I love the podcast. I have a fucked up Mormon phrase of the day. Your body is a temple that one I can figure out. Yeah. Because that's in the Bible. Yeah I have a Shitty story for you. I have been battling and eating disorder for Twenty Plus Years Sweetie I'm sorry I recently went to a treatment center to get myself help again, and while there I had a realization I, hate my body and don't always even think it's mine because the Mormon Church indoctrinated me. There you go. There's that word Yep to believe that. My Body is for my husband and my future children, my body, and even my porn shoulders makes men have impulses that they can't control. I am merely a vessel to bring about the Children of Zion Zion I N. Mary, time now you have to have this conversation. I'm sorry I love you can I get back to the less and it stems from the stupid phrase. My Body is a temple you usually followed by and you don't have a recommend right 'cause. I'm not allowed to have a body it's a temple it's a building for others to enter an exit. It's a thing for others to marvel at. It's not mine, right? No wonder I starved myself and try to disappear. It's such a weird revelation I left the church at Eighteen, and now at thirty one, I'm still dealing with the brainwashing. Thanks for letting me share my story with Y'all and thanks for your podcasts cat cat you are so welcome. So I was always taught that God gave me my body rain, which means it's not really mind. It's God's. This body is on loan from God and so the. Book Yeah. I don't know rack up those fees. Jason. Yeah. Thanks for the Library Card Garden and so all of this, it gets in your mind that you actually don't get to make decisions that God tells you what to do with your body meaning that the leaders of your church tell you what God wants you to do with your washer right because God doesn't say you silly little woman. You're not going to hear from God directly on the priesthood. So. Yeah. When you damage your body like with premarital sex. Oh, in quotes Damn. Of course of course Mrs. Church meaning more with. Double Pierced ears. You are determined to acting or Tattoo obviously tattoos. You're disrespecting the body that God has loaned you. Okay. Yeah. You're not treating it like a temple which really means that you don't get to make choices with what you do with your body. Right? It does all one I. thought that since birth yeah. That is fucked up I'm sorry. Yeah. So it's not a surprise to me that. So many ex mormons or X. Religious people in general have body image issues and his shame. Guilt eating disorders like you name it because you have a fucked up sense of self worth from go. Yes you do and we're going to address some of this stuff on upcoming episodes with Kimberly Anderson, we're going to be doing a guilt and shame episode we're getting around real soon and a codependent episode. And possibly reading from that Book Fascinating Womanhood we were speaking with her last night and she's like this is like the how to Berman Win Mormon. Women young be in a codependent relationship tackling. Yeah. Exactly. Jesus. Learn how to install our Dixie Cup dispensers upside down I'm looking forward to that. Yeah. So husband could be macho guy all. This nice try fix little lady good thing you have made make sure the cup dispensers are upside up. Upside up. Oh you know. Should we do a retroactive letters intro fellow my league. That has been an L. deal letter. Plural. Right job moving on I have something. Oh. What you got so special announcement who mark your calendars market uh-huh October this October like coming up the weekend of the tents like tenth eleventh. We're not sure exactly Mary and I WILL BE IN UTAH. Yes we will. We will and we would love to do some sort of meet and greet thing like at a bar patio or some some door seating whatever with cove and all that, and we do need to social distance. Anyway, we have not decided on a place yet or time or the exact date because we're just making plans at this point, but please put that on your calendar and let us know if you have any ideas of restaurants or bars that have outdoor space and outdoor patio space that we could big enough to accommodate a group. Yeah and with this in Salt Lake City likely. Yeah. I think they have more bar type areas that I could be wrong but probably that would be good. Middle Point for our youtall listeners. Yeah. Bring your mask everybody bring your masks not everyone's into it but bring it anyway because we are. So they you go. Yes exactly. And it's our podcast dammit. Dammit? Okay speaking of Utah. So this is the reason why I am going out there and Mary will be joining me as well on the later portion of my trip My parents are getting old just thrown that we all are yeah. But like the senility starting to hit yeah, it is for me too. And so I, will probably talk frequently on the podcast about dealing with my parents. I. Think that sharing my hurt over it but also finding the funniness in it is very, very helpful. Yeah and you get a lot of support from listeners God. Yeah. So my mom and dad, they started sound a little weird on the phone a few weeks ago and it was like Oh shit they're losing their minds and so I did a message with all my brothers and you know we've been talking about what to do. They need to be moved. They need to be getting healthy again, they're just old there. Late, seventies almost eighties and there's nothing physically wrong as far as like cancer or anything like that. It's GonNa, take them out right now they meet her mom has vertigo frequently she does she doesn't trouble with stairs and yes and they have these ridiculous stairs in their house. Okay this is kind of funny. Okay. As I'm telling these stories have us like, oh my gosh you shouldn't laugh at that. I need to laugh. Okay. Like I will lower showy don't judge my laughter and if you left to the damn, right? Yes just as bad as I am doesn't mean she doesn't care you know of course not. So my dad is very, very stubborn doesn't want to move out of his house in Eagle Mountain they've been there for. Thirty years or something, and this House has one to three sets of stairs that are super, steep, hardwoods, hardwood, and narrow. And my mom has had surgeries and she has vertigo now and all these things that she said, these health issues I some time and I've been telling them for some time. You all might want to move into like one floor of one floor like a ranch style rambler whatever you call it and. On like mom has a hard time going up down the stairs we'll law. So his solution. Yeah. Instead of moving was to get those electric. Like what do they call her chairs kind of hairless? Yeah. So wait keep in mind these stairs and I'm talking about not like a full set of stairs. It's like five stares down to the basement five stairs up to the split level Jin five, the bedroom. Yeah. So it's not like a long set of stairs and so my dad gets these chairlifts. Well, no would have been great if your mom. Wanted to use them. We know she doesn't want us a minute and there's ten thousand reasons why but now because the room that the chairs take up the stairs are even more narrow, right? Right? Like they're super narrow My mom has vertigo so she doesn't like to use the chairlifts because emotion e yeah makes her dizzy. So now she's like trying to fit Gerrad good around the chairlift in her socks on. Free Hardwood floor stairs Oh my God. Anyway. They have got to get out of that house. We're looking into what to do with them. By the way we already have a plan in place. Will you found a great location them? Yeah. We're we're working on that. Yes. No worries there. My Dad though has lost lot of weight lately because he's not hungry. And so he doesn't need, and so we're trying to dad you got you gotta eat and same with my mom they had food in their house a lot of food they haven't been driving right because my dad hasn't been driving because he's realize they're not going to the store exactly and no one really knew that until my brother's daughter went visited them it was like whoa grandma. And GRANDPA are in bad shape and there's no food in the house. So my aunt dropped off a bunch of pizzas frozen Pizza Rosen pizzas is dropped it off at their house so they can have easy to make things and my dad called his bishop and said, we have some leftover pizzas meaning the pizzas we would like for you to give them to the less fortunate. As like Dad, you don't have any food why are you giving away? You learn the less fortunate are the fortunate right now bro like damn pizzas. Yeah so you're going out to check on them. Yes. I'll be out of there and get. Organized and Cetera because they also got a lot of stuff that they're. Going So they have anxiety right now because they're getting seen now like what do we do? I have to hear every time I talked to my dad about they don't know what to do with the piano and the organ this on this organ are seriously from like nineteen twenty six but not in a good way where their antiques, they're pieces of. Shit. McCall that Honky Tonk Honky Tonk. Okay. Yeah. So dealing my parents anxieties and you know deciding what's the best way to help them as definitely been hard it's been very emotional I. Really want them to get to a place where I know that they're safe but I did want to say that when I told my parents that Mary would be coming out to visit as well at the end of my stay they were so happy like Oh. That's great. My mom got little bit choked up and My Dad said we're so glad that you have a good friend you can talk to and share experiences with. And you know I just had this messed. With benefits. Oh, I meant to say breast. Yes that also reminded me that it was like Valentine's Day or Christmas or your birthday or something I. Remember it was my mom sent a card to you that. Thank you for being such a good friend to me. Yes it's not an untruth. I am good friend to sure and you know I could if I wanted to take the stance of they just need to say that she's my girlfriend right you know what? The old parents have come such a long way I they acknowledged the acknowledged you they like you. That's true. Your mom sucks. And I say that with all the love, all the love that I'm feeling heart. I don't know I'll probably talk about that here and there there'll be more funny stories as my parents say crazy things get more and more senile and she used to wait for me to kind of get it off my chest. So thank you for listening. You are so welcome. We're here for you. Thank you so more updates about Utah trip to come. Yes. Okay. So I wanted to introduce a new segment. I, love a new segment. This is called. What They said to get into the crew What do you think? Okay Mary name that one all right. Well this is for our. FACEBOOK discussion group latter-day Lesbian Discussion Group Leonardy Lesbian. PODCAST discussion group on facebook. That is a mouth full. Sure. Is shortened that I don't know. What it's called on facebook like we can't tell them you to shorten the mirrors an old fart and figure out how to say it. Pretty. Soon, she's going to be giving away food to the less fortunate That day is right around the corner sir. Okay. So we get some funny responses because there are really two questions What are the names of Marian Shelley's dogs And what's a food pod right? Right right and so if you can answer those you get in, you don't have to answer them correctly as it turns out but you do have to entertain us you have to try. And we have so many new people joining right now that it's funny because I know that a lot of them have not gotten to any episodes where we explain much of this. So people coming up with their own ideas is fantastic right? We're just GonNa talk about what's a foam pod today we're going to save the dog names for another time. Okay because those are funny to their great. So what's Foon pod some people said Q. Music but don't bum and their response. While you're in religion of people knew what it was and then added that. Okay. Here's some of the funny ones where people had no idea someone says I don't know but I'll remember if you tell me. I'm sure you will write your in the group episode sixteen just. Someone actually answered it with a pod Oh, shit creative. What was the film Pot Nourish and strengthen how ya? I think we've talked about we have your group Yes for sure welcoming Here's a good one fuck up my potato on the down low you are so in the group. this one says, fuck you letter you mother fucking with a P.. H.. Old Turn Dad. A lot of their, you may enter and the last one. I'll read today because we've got a few more all safe for another time. Funny. Undressed muffled piglets on the dresser good God. Yes. You may enter. So that was what they said to get into the GROOVE. You know what? Give it a go. If you'd like to join us and our latter day lesbian podcast discussion group on Facebook, you know what just be creative creative. Absolutely. All right. What's next? Is it time for Mormon? Mad Lib isn't it always time for this? Do we have do we have music for that? It's kind of an intro. What is it more of a quarter? We do it. It's recorded. Okay. Well, q music just say q the q the intro. Then moment we've all been waiting for. We've been intro we have been. Okay two days. Mormon Mad Lib starts with you guys know what? Mad Lives Alright. The. Some. Some of our listeners in their teens. All right. It was basically shelley asked me for nouns, adjectives, verbs like and then she inserts whatever I say into her song. Yes Song, right? Yes. We're doing song lyric. So there's the explanation K. I one adjective. How about repulsive got it writing it down. Next Berber Sneeze, K. Mary next to need a noun. Cabana we didn't do that before. Did we I? Don't think so it did launcher. Must like outdoor you'd you very out I'm? Going to be barbeque okay. although we need Abe to verbs side-by-side divided by and okay. So to verbs and in the all yes. But you got how a bout. Whistle K.. That's one Will you said Barbecue pet? So why don't we use the verb form barbecue? It also can be a noun. Now we need an adverb but I really want things to rhyme this song because it really part of it your adverb needs to end l. y. don't they all maybe You just make sure this one does. A. What about Grizzly? That work there's wife for you. and. It is three syllables, which is I guess it's the Song Oh. Well, there you have. Here on the side of the table. Yes. Yes. Okay. Okay. Our last word that we need is an adjective. How about Itchy? I'll take it again and his friend scratching getting we only have room for one This song has a lot of repetitions of your words. So you know this kind of easy for you I would say, okay, good. Sometimes, it goes on and on I'm like is this song completed yet guess this one is a Thanksgiving break your welcomes because I love you. So this song is a throwback we have actually introduced the song before but without playing mad libs, Oh do you remember the song to think about Jesus? Yeah. This was on a fanny fact check episode. Yes I do. Be Hard. Weight Stop we're going to do your words. To, sit very. Jesus and think about Jesus on your windowsill. Filling in my own mad libs. You're mad lib words again. Now in order to sing this song, you have to have as much guilt and shame in your voice is possible. This is what the song is. All about is guilting and shaming children of Corey, which is something that the Mormon Church excels at. So that's part of your indoctrination yes or your brainwashing. Okay you ready. Warmer let me let me have a sip on my coffee by the McAfee's delicious today I frost the milk good for you frothy. Should we put that in there to say that? Can you guys hear me rustling papers getting ready I hear it. Don't cut that. Okay. Leave at and Dan? I'M GONNA have to start like low because I have a lobos. It sure and be, repulses to sneeze. And thing Gao about Jesus, his Co. Bana on the. And all that he barbecued and was sold arm me your faces. Amazing. It shouldn't be repulsive to sneeze Greece. Rape Bulls. Even though. MSCI. To thing. About Jeez. Repulsive All. Sounds. Like a funeral jersey. I'M GONNA. Whip through the real lyrics right now it's like. Oh It depends on who's singing you said varies do. Sorry, I'm trying to act like a poor orphan wave. Of Arnold, repulsive not sit in. Actual words. It shouldn't be hard to sit very still and think about Jesus his cross on the hill not as Cabana I. Like Cabana Better I bet she's a bad ass. Cabanas rocking. Yeah. Lights Strung. At the end of the day, he was like, take the fucking cross and build me a Cabana Irs. How Edison enlightening I just said that Fox That's what happened the Mary's talking and I'm thinking of what I'm GonNa say. Sign of our relationship right there now. Back to the guy. De Que. So he's got a cabin on the hill. And all that he suffered and did for me, I like more that he barbecued whistled for me. When does a sneeze come in coming? It shouldn't be hard as to quietly it shouldn't be hard even though I am Itchy oh sure even though I am small to think about Jesus. Nod Harda at all, you should have found something to rhyme with NICCI. Sorry about I'm ditching this shitty religion even though I am ditching that's low. Oh. That got ugly. Our Mormon badly a deus given that a little clap. The thing I learned from this song is that Jesus has a Cabana on the hill and he will barbecue for us and you can sneeze Greece Italy and it won't be repulsive. No. Not at all cake. All Right I. Think we earn something here. Should we take a break. Yeah. I need a break for sure and then we need to get into some tumble style. I've got some more Elohim Jehovah Adam Eve. Yup. I'm going to reveal the signs and tokens, the name signing tokens and the penalties. The pre nine, thousand, nine, hundred penalties can't wait for that. Yup can't be right. We're back. Hi. Hi How do you want to get us to back into the Temple Shelly? Well, should we do a two second review yet? Okay. So when we left off, Lucifer was bragging about all this shitty was gonna buy with the treasures of the earth and he was GonNa like rain with blood and a horror. And then Elohim said depart. And then he grabbed his stick unlike clumsily storms off into the wilderness. Thanks for bringing us up to speed. You're welcome. This is not the last we will see Lucifer though. So don't be sad I will bring. Micheal. Ballum voice in as needed. I can't wait for that. I know you can't wait for the I I. Love It. So. Lucifer storms off now this is elohim talking, Jehovah. Let Cherub them in a flaming sword be placed to guard the wave, the tree of life less Adam, put forth his hand and partake of the fruit of and live forever in his sins. I thought eight some this is a different fruit. So here so here's the deal. Guys. Get Out your notepad. So here's here's. Here's the trees different fruit. Those dope. So he ate of the tree of knowledge of good and evil us, she commanded not to partake and that made him realize he was naked. Yeah. He had to cover that up with a fig leaf. His case movie true drew is now covered. See that smoothie anymore. All right. So then there's another tree. Knowledge clearly, there's an orchard. Another tree of knowledge no no he ate from the tree of knowledge of good and evil. Okay. This other tree is the tree of life the tree of life, and for some reason if Adam now it's that fruit. He's GonNa live forever in his sins. Oh We have to guard it with Chairman and a flaming sword. Yes. We'll talk about this a few times we'll get to the chairwoman flaming sword in the second. So a lot of people are like, well, the Adam and Eve story it's just an allegory it's just you know there's deeper meaning it stands different things. What Ted does leave it up to the interpretation of the reader whatever the listener to figure out what is supposed to be verbatim and truth from these scripts. Or. What is supposed to be a metaphor? You know, how do you well shoes it out? What's what tree is what and why now that he's eaten this he's going to be forever eats his like well, maybe if they'd put a fucking flaming sword in front of the tree of don't share them, don't know what that is but does it and is the chair boom. It's an angel, an angel with a flaming sword, which is that the same angel that became Adam. Go. The same angel that came to Joseph Smith and was like I will kill you. Know what it's different angel the angel with the flaming sword that told Joseph if you don't get Emma to accept plural wives like polygamy than I'm GonNa kill you with my flaming sword, my flaming sword. Maybe. That wasn't planning Shishkabob. Or? Joe. Funny. Okay moving on. So of course, Jehovah says it is done Elohim because he gonNA do whatever. God says right. So he's just the henchman. Yes. Down on earth putting chairman swords and stuff in place. No He's in the garden of Eden doing that that's earth. Thank. Oh. Can you imagine trying to explain all this shit to like a six year old or Never Mo That's what we're doing right now. Yeah it's true. Okay. Now, elohim has more to say on the matter I'm sure he does eve. fucking busted. Blink. Blink wing blinks like a dumb little lamb. Because they'll have hearken to the voice of Satan and has partaken of the Forbidden Fruit and given it unto Adam. I will greatly multiply sorrow and they conception. Oh, in sorrow shalt thou bring forth children? Nevertheless, Thou may be preserved in childbearing by desire shall be to husband and he shall rule over the in righteousness. Mary's phase. Video. So. Basically. It's like you started this shit. I'M GONNA punish you So I'm going to greatly multiply sorrow in nyc conception. Does that mean like it's going to hurt Earth could be sad when I can see So sad it sounds like your marriage. In, sorrow shalt thou bring forth children like it's going to suck for you to have kids okay. Bro. But then what was the conception part I don't know that he says nevertheless now may be preserved in child-bearing. What the hell does that mean I think it means like because you fuck this shit up now you gotTa have the kids and you having all kids is what's going to preserve you from you know like I won't destroy you. Oh so as long as you agree to spread your legs and pop. Kids You won't go to hell for eternity yet. 'cause you did the whole apple thing Slash in it or whatever the fuck it was. Again. Desire, shall be to the husband What does that even mean because you didn't have that Didn't. You want to do whatever they want you to do. To help meet right show meet. So the things she wants to do for her husband. All right. Sure and when it says, he shall rule over the in righteousness I want an example of rulers that rule over people and they are righteous just way it doesn't happen. self-righteous. Thank you. Thank you. All right Adams disaster kick to. But not. Really. Oh. Okay. Sure Adam because thou has hearken unto the Voice of the wife. Like. Why did you listen to that bitch and because they'll has hearken to the voice of Li- wife and has partaken of Forbidden Fruit the Earth shall be cursed for the sake instead of producing fruits and flowers spontaneously, it shall bring forth thorns thistles, Briars, and noxious weeds to afflict and torment man and by the sweat of thy face shalt thou eat bread all the days of life for dust thou art and unto Dust Shalt Thou return I'm pretty sure God just told Adam he was gonna be doing some we'd. No He's telling you gotTa pick some weeds same thing. So Eve Fox up her punishment is like You'RE GONNA have have kids and you're going to have to do whatever your husband says, and then Adam has to become a gardener essentially. Yeah. He's got to plow shit. So when we're pulling weeds in our garden to be like fucking at them I should fucking even having all those babies to fuck everything basically. Stupid. Here comes Eve's curse inasmuch as eve was the first to eat of the forbidden fruit if she will covenant that from this time forth, she will obey your law in the Lord. He's telling, Eve like you got a covenant to obey Adam now because that's the law. Yeah. So he's talking to Adam he never talks to. Blinking sure he still talking to Adam. which is was the first to eat of the Forbidden Fruit Blah Blah Blah. She will obey your law and the Lord Your Law Adam. And Will Hearken unto Your Adam your counsel as you Hearken Unto Mine and if you will covenant that from this time forth, you will obey the law. Elohim. We will give you the law of obedience and sacrifice and we will provide a savior for you whereby you may come back into our presence in with US partake of eternal life and exaltation. So Elohim the one saying Shit and then he's like we're going to provide you a savior he's standing right now. I'm in the room. From Me Maybe Always that someone else you're talking about So stupid because of a cross is involved, I'm out I'm out because we don't want cross, we want the Cabana. For sure. So then Eve with her eyes blinking never really talks to God. She says, Adam I now covenant to Obey Your Law as you obey our father my God. An eager to Adam and says I'll obey you and then Adam turns to Elohim Elohim. I now covenant with that from this time forth I will obey the word and keep the commandments and then elohim says it is well, Adam doesn't even fucking addressee standing there blinking. And you hope is like what the fuck do I have to deal with. ME. Though not it. Can make wine and shit but not. To Save Your. I for real hope that Jesus is real because I would love to kick it with him. It'd be like dude. So when God was like talking about you like you weren't there, you're like right here right here off right here. Funding, there's more real I mean it's been creepy the whole time but we're getting we're getting to the handshakes right? It's like. Okay, we're to make Covington and that's where it began. The script talk of the code of Skins so elbowed. Skins coat that would have been great. But dammit. Years while I talk about this just kidding. So then Elohim says Jehovah keep in Mind Jehovah Slash Jesus has been standing the whole fucking time and God was talking about him like he wasn't there and now he's GonNa turn and talk to him. Isn't the chairman with the flaming sword nearby to yeah they threw it over there. I think it was just like shiny thing. I don't remember really from the video I still didn't know it was what the fuck is anyway. Jehovah Inasmuch as Adam and Eve have discovered their nakedness, make coats of skins as a covering for them. Jesus. So some shit. And of course Jesus it shall be done Elohim I mean, how hard can that be Jesus? He's in crush it is sacrifice. Dot could fuck and do what? He's just standing around ordering. Shit around he could just be like snap animal skins. If you were God, would you do your own dirty work? You got a good point. was there. I don't know. So we've heard Elohim and Adam, and Jehovah talk even said a little piece and now all of a sudden it's the make believe voice coming out of the speakers Oh. So who is this the Doodoo? Okay his voice comes on and says, brethren and sisters the garment which was placed upon the washing room was to cover your nakedness and represents the coat of skins spoken of wait a minute already wearing a bunch of clothes you're not naked. No I know but you were yeah. But then you put out a bunch of Shit but they're talking about your garments. Then you K and you wonder why can't get through the stoop as it is. Okay the garment which was played by the represents the coach skin spoken up. anciently, it was made of skins. Received the garment also your new name. Okay. Wait a go. Good job. So now I gotTA backtrack for a second before you even go into the room where they start the temple session the temple workers pick a couple like a man and a woman who are together or if they're not like they pick a random in a random woman but typically it's like a couple that are married and they ask them will you be the witness couple pay what did they witnessing? We're going to get to that point. People to write in talk whatever about have you ever had to be the next couple also were you the type like I was that when you see the old person like shuffling around looking for a couple of your like In running to the bathroom because you don't WanNa be it. Is that what you did? Oh Yeah. You weren't supposed to go to the bathroom during the go back into the thing. This is when you're waiting around in the hall. Right if you're waiting for your Z.. Ahead of time. Yeah. Hate that like you see them is with you and you're all. Shit. So we're you selected I was witness couple with Brent price three times I. got it. Often. Did you do the stupid thing with this movie all the time? Like when Brench parents were out here we at least once a month. Oh my gosh horrible waste of time and energy and money. So now you know where the couple comes from unlike picked shore. So Elohim says a couple will now come to the altar. It's the witness couple of. A couple we'll come to tell sorry, married that was not about our lean. But this couple is already sitting in the front. You have to sit in the very front row and then narrator voice comes on and says brethren and sisters this couple at the altar represents all of you as if at Altar, you must consider yourselves as if you were respectively Adam in each, we will put the sisters under covenant to obey the Law of their husbands. Sisters. Arise. All the women stand up right and agree to obey their husbands. We all stand up like total colty Colty, Colt. Stand up, they say each of you bring your arm to the square. So now I'm bringing my arm to the square you and each of you solemnly covenant and promise before God Angels and these witnesses at this altar that you each observe to keep the law of your husband and abide by his counsel in righteousness each of you bow your head and say, yes so then all bowed their heads and you say, yes, and the narrator says that will do. It's so bad. Oh. Gee. Wow. That's horrible. Yeah. I'm putting it through my head right now high alert hurt a little bit yeah. Oh God ladies it's like. that is not right. You guys. You have to stand there raise your arm to the square, which is like a solemn oath and you're told that you're coveting this and then you have to bow your head like in the most submissive or get your head and say, yes, you say they said that will do and then they do that will do brethren arise each of you bring your arm to. The Square you and do solemnly covenant and promise before God Angels In these witnesses at this that you will obey the law of God and keep his commandments each of you value your head and say, yes, that will do. So right there you obey your husband period but your husband gets to be right up there with God you know there's definitely a line of hierarchy here. It's so clear. Oh. Yes. Oh clear. Yeah. Women are in the very bottom tier for sure absolutely fucking sucks. It's so hard for me to realize how I just went along with it and I didn't see that it was wrong. No part of you is ever like doesn't feel right no. But in my defense when I went through, the wording was slightly different. It said I'm Covenant Team to obey the Law of the Lord. And Harken to the Council of her husband as her husband hearkens under the father still saying I'm listening to my husband but only if he listens to God it hearkening to counsel as a softer way of saying, obey your husband Yes it softens. Yes. What are we talking about softening language earlier? Yeah and if you if you see it's not great. No, it's not good. It's the same idea just a nicer. They have since changed it to obey your husband or was this earlier? No. The one that I'm reading through early as the early one is always carry nineteen ninety s Dan. They've soften things since then but it's still the same fucked up shit. The intend to still there for sure. The doesn't change right? If this was his original words, that's what he wants. Well, that's what the Mormon Church wants, but they're like, oh, we need to be a little more progressive people. Yes. Although everyone can see through that shit right can you see through it? Everybody Can you don't need to have blinky? Bill, that's you don't. Okay, the law of sacrifice. I'm not GonNa read this whole thing. It's boring as fuck. It basically says you're about to be put under a covenant and he says, after many days an angel of the Lord Appeared Unto Adam Saying, why does thou offer sacrifice to the Lord and atom basically says I don't accept he commanded me. So showing that Adams being perfectly obedient right and then guys like you're doing this is because sacrifice the only begotten son it kind of brings Jesus into the picture don't care don't care but then hears the we're GonNa throw some guilt in there and as Jesus Christ has laid down his life for the redemption of mankind. So we should covenant to sacrifice all that we possess even our own lives if necessary in sustaining defending the Kingdom of God much mormonism Kingdom of God means more pressure, for Ya. So it's basically Jesus saving you, Jesus as Jesus. He's done all this for you and so because he's on that for you, you need to sacrifice everything for the church mormonism she. Yes. I have to go through the whole spiel. They say all arise we all stand up. It's again each of you bring your Arms Square Blah Blah Blah basically singer and do it all to be your head and say yes yes. So now you basically said Y'all give everything church all it. Everything do they talk about the ten percent? You need to type to be able to come back into this building bishop tells you that show. Okay. So we're GONNA. Do the first token of the a priest is gonNA stop I'm so excited. Yeah. Elegance back in there and now there's no movie going on right now by the way is the movie over now it's on pause on. Pause and right now, the curtains kind of closed bid and the dude standing all white is like standing there in making meaningful contact with people or on meaningful while the voices come out the speaker. Back to that. I? Think that's my favorite party like. I'm so this is L. Ahimsa voice and that is another funny thing is the guy standing there doesn't change the same dude different voices. Yeah. Okay. Good. Shit right right. Tuned out a little bit I tuned back in. We're doing some penalties. Okay. So Elohim says, we will now give unto you the first token of the ironic priesthood with its accompanying name sign and penalty. So everyone has gone through the temple after nineteen ninety is like penalty haw. Removed those because softening it to maintain member Ya. Members. Yes. Needed to make it less fucked up. Yes. All right. Let's fuck this down a little fuck it down as at a bank. Okay. Okay. So then elohim voice out of the speaker says before doing this, however, we designed to impress upon your minds, the sacred character of the first token of the priesthood with its accompanying name sign in penalty, as well as that of all the other tokens of the holy priesthood with their names signs in penalties. Can you see how organises REPETITION REPETITION? Call your brainwash. Yeah, called can we say Colquhoun brain washed nation Oh sorry which you will receive in the temple this day they are most sacred and are guarded by solemn covenant and. Of Secrecy. To the effect that under no condition even at the peril of your life, do you ever divulge them except at a certain place that will be shown you hereafter or in our house or yeah recording studio right the second. I'm not feeling like my life is in peril right this moment aren't you supposed to take your own life or is it going to be taken for you? Either? Are there any examples in history of someone who has divulged and they died? No. There is also no story in history where someone has had sex with an African American person and died a ray yet that was also said to be the case. Yeah. You know the Mormon church is not making good on their threat. No No. I'm starting to think it's all Fenghua. Like it yeah. Okay. Airway we are about to hear. Say the representation of the execution of the penalties indicates different ways in which life may be taken are gonNA show, kill yourself if you. Yes. Wow So Elohim demonstrates the first token of the priest We give unto you the first token of the Arana priesthood we desire all receive it all arise, and then that's when you stand there and the dude walks round as a secret handshakes we talked about the secret handshakes right and he's showing individuals how to do it. They touch every single person how long does that take forever? Guys this is long and boring, and you're right. It's a long boring. Yes. It is long and boring. Yeah. Okay. So everyone stood up and the matron on one side and the the man matron. Matron Patron I. Okay. You those around it gives everyone the secret handle. The Matron. Give the secret and shakes that's called the token. The secret is the token. Okay. And by the way I stressed out so much trying to figure out what the token was because there's also signs and Shit across the token. What's the token is that the name is a Oh, are there different handshakes though yeah of course, you have to remember the different one yes. Cheese a horrid crack. Okay. So the name of this token is the new name that you received in the temple today. All right. So you're Emma that's your new name. Yes, and you have a handshake that represents that new name, but the handshake is the same for everybody even though you have a different name no. Okay. All the AMAS don't have a special handshake. No. Okay. The handshakes are the same regardless right and the day that you go through whatever name is used. It's that name but the handshake is the same. No matter what correct. Okay. That's I wanted to correct clear. The very first time I want the temple I've got my own new name that's just my own new name that I used in that exact session that supposedly I'll have to use that new name when I die and my husband has to bring me through the Vale do you have to remember what it is yet? Emma Bowling. But what if you blink your fought? It's not yeah. I thought it was supposed to be engraved on Whitestone the morning. Maybe, the lucky people get it engraved God. That's right. It was Emma look you really you really have no idea how stressed out I was trying to as soon as I found out my new name 'em. Okay. Justice with the 'EM. Because it was so exciting dusing listeners did you have major fucking anxiety as soon as you receive your personal new name would have been like, Erma dammit. I wonder if I get rebaptized and had to do all the shit again like brand new name probably because of whoever's going through that day, you'd get a new name absolute. Well Yeah. So you'd get to Whitestone. and. Then if I left the church again and then went back and had to do all the work again, I could get another new name I keep going back. Until I get a name that I like Emma's not bad sounds like a lot of work. You does not going to do it. I don't think they would let me back in at this point and I don't think they would believe me that I was repentant and wanting to be Mormon. Again seems unlikely they can put together like who you actually are. That's true. So the new name you've now said the new name not out loud. It's like this the name, this token is the new name that you receive in the temple today. So now elohim demonstrates the sign and penalty for this token. Oh so the movies playing again no this is all through the speakers it. It's the guy standing up front. He's not representing God yeah. So he's doing a handshake to who at that point he shows it to Adam and eve when a witness couple. Gosh. My mind for second most witness couple or see he's demonstrating the token the handshake to the way has couple. Are they shaking each other's hands as well? No no men don't give women and women don't get men the secret handshake. So unless you're God, at the Vail and then you accept the secret handshakes and then you pull the woman in. I don't know why. Duck clear as mud. Right now, I'm thinking of Jessica See who's in our channels group and she's probably like furiously. And she has no idea what's happening. Okay. Are Women allowed to give each other the secret handshake? The matron gives the secret handshake to all the women who all the women they don't turn like Shane. There's no. No you're never supposed to handshake else no in the man matron gives the handshake men. Okay. But then when you're up at the Vail, then it's the man behind the bill that represents God that you give all the handshakes to. A women that's representing God at some point you go to. Vail. Shake someone's hand. We're not those on the other side. We're. Dealing there's a hole in the Vale Freer and stop now Hanjani poll. Okay, okay we'll save that for next week. You know what I think the penalty needs so much discussion that I don't hate me listeners don't hate me. I'm thinking cliffhanger. Okay. So we're going to save that for next week as well. Next week I will tell you what the penalty is, which we know now that the penalties show ways for you to kill yourself in the touch should be pleasant. Cliffhanger Cliffhanger okay Well, on that note, why don't we take one more break and then get back and do the huge? Let's do it. All right. You're back. Okay. We're bag. Do we have any patrons. Sweet. We do. We have one one paid one patron and but let me also say that we are recording these episodes very close to one another because we are going out of town, and so we needed to have some in the CAN. 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413: Farnsworth the Wait Edition

The Scathing Atheist

1:00:00 hr | 4 months ago

413: Farnsworth the Wait Edition

"Wanting following podcasts contains language that math in some listeners and is not. we'll try harder next week. This week's episode of the scathing atheist is brought to you by the air the air now with fewer trump supporters. And now the skating atheist. This is billy west. On behalf of noah heath ally lucinda here at the scathing atheist. I can assure you we did in fact evolve from filthy monkey man. You know zach. Brannigan would tell somebody like him to go take a nap. That improve the quality of life around here. Yes so. I would tell everybody to eat and would tell everybody. Did everything just taste purple for a second It's thursday january fourteenth and it's taken a missionary to lunch today. I pretty sure they don't mean us. No they do not. I'm no illusions army bosnich and from bruce springsteen's new jersey and down blue state. This is the scathing atheist on this week's episode keith. Takes the week off to laugh at the terrorists who taste himself in the ball. 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Here i think we should try to rewind the clock to let's say september tenth of two thousand one pick a date out of a hat even for those of us old of it's hard to remember. Just how worried. We weren't about islamic terrorism back then bram who had countless examples by that point beirut in eighty three the embassies in tanzania kenya ninety eight the first world trade center bombing and ninety three. There was no question that this was an ongoing deadly threat and yet we didn't take it all that seriously now. I'm sure there were plenty of people within our government who were taking it very seriously at that time. Right our intelligence services data issue that report called lookout osama bin laden is gonna crash airplanes into buildings in new york city after all but as a nation as a culture. We didn't him seriously and that's because they were a fucking joke. I mean yes they'd killed people often by the hundred but as often not they fuck up some kindergarten level shit or get caught the dumbest way imaginable. Like pan am flight one. Oh three the one that blew up over lockerbie scotland now. That was a wholesale tragedy. Two hundred and seventy people died. I think it's still the deadliest terrorist attack in the uk's history but but due to did that got caught because they had to fill the suitcase that the bomb was going to be with close to make it like look like a regular suitcase at a glance so they just went to a thrift store and randomly bought a bunch of clothes with no thought to the sizes types or styles. Needless to say the guy running. That store was with the fucks going on here. He calls a tip after the bombing. After they you know put on the news that it was in a suitcase and there was a camera there. I mean for fuxing. They caught one of the terrorists from the first world trade center bombing when the tried to the deposit back for the truck they had rented to put the bomb in right and so by and large the attitude amongst most americans at the time was that yes they could be sporadically dangerous. But mostly they were just fucking silly if you want a great representation. Look at the nineteen ninety-four schwarzenegger who we true lies. The first thing that you're going to notice about the terrorists and that is how wildly racist movies were back. Then but then you're going to notice how sure that jihadis were dangerous but far more than that they were thing to be mocked not a thing to be feared and then we saw the consequences of stupidity at its grandest scale and there were no silly islamic terrorists in our movies anymore look. I'm not saying that we can't laugh at the guy who taste himself in the nuts to death. I'm not even saying that we shouldn't even at turns out not to be true. We should still laugh at the very fact that his supporters are so fucking stupid that we couldn't dismiss that out of hand is funny but let's be very careful along the way that we're not using that laughter to temporary our fear if i have my choice to face off against an angry rioter dumb enough as himself in the nuts to death in one smart enough not to. I'm not at all convinced. I'm better off picking the former and obviously for things to get as bad as they've gotten a lot of safety vows to fail right. I mean i mean there will no doubt be reports in committees digging into all the levels of failure. That happened there for years to come. And even though nobody's ever going to single us out for official blame. We are among those failed safety. Valves by we here. I mean the nation's skeptics. It's rationalists it's atheists are self anointed role is battling against conspiracy thinking and irrationality. Our chosen nemesis is religious stupidity. And yet there. We were impotently watching them bumbled. Her way to the capital looking for the button may add to push swiss government over to fuck and handmaid's prequel see the thing is they're gonna keep doing this shit and while the nation will no doubt get better the second that they're out of power there. Terrorism is going to get worse at that point and along the way they're gonna keep taking themselves in the nuts to death and strangely enough that's gonna give them their greatest advantage. Right stupid disarms you because stupid as funny. But if there's one overriding lesson of the last four years it's that stupid is actually way more dangerous than smart and nothing can coax the danger out of stupid quite like religion talking about joining me for headlines tonight as the rump mike. Cokie lie bosnich. Eli are you ready to mix it up a little only if you let me hold you know allusion near let me hold you All right well. We'll have to wait for a vaccine. Damnit lead story tonight. Trump supporters had themselves one of them coupe de. Tat's just a fuck up our ability to be topical. They started it literally as we started recording last wednesday shirley an hour of the minute and the fact that i scrap the diatribe. I was going to use an wrote a new one at that point. I literally did more to respond to the attempted coup in the six hours after the capitol building was breached than the president of the united states. Now no that's not fair. What about that deepfake video. Mike pompeo made on his iphone that released on twitter of trump saying treason is bare right. But yes as a cluster of angry megalomaniacs brought shame upon their family stock with history checked up his erection. I'll do it including the videos. They posted of themselves online now. Christian leaders are left with two choices right. one is to ignore the four years. Documented religion wide trump sycophancy in the abundance of jesus saves banners and christian flags amongst the terrorists and pretend that christianity had nothing to do with it. A whole and the other is to throw their arms around the insurrection and pretend that they haven't spent the last four years begging for laws that would allow people to shoot rowdy protesters in the face. The turnaround is going to have to be so abrupt even registers on the conservative christian clock Blue lives matter unless we kill him with a fire extinguisher and the windows. Okay we care about starbucks windows. Fuck all right windows fox. Target of course as we saw even as the protests were still unfolding to strategy does your is to just pretend all the shit you don't like with some other dude that looked like you and it was certainly the case would ex congresswoman and haunted painting michelle bachmann participated in a prayer. Call and blamed quote paid rabble rousers and quote. Who you know are getting paid enough to hurl themselves at bulletin toe they die in their discredit and election fraud conspiracy that was already discredited before it was disseminated. Was her theory okay. Maybe they're thinking that if they do literally everything they falsely accused the left of they can just like write their name on our paper right before we turn it into history. I guess so. The the absurdity of that claim didn't keep evangelical heavyweight and man who celebrity was not earned. But a jack elated franklin graham who told religious new services quote. The people who broke the windows in the capital did not look like the people out there demonstrating most likely it was antifa and quote. Because you know if there's anybody out there with salad motivations to stage an insurrection in support of fascism or they have to combine. it wasn't us and it's fine. If it was into the same sentence sir right may not me and t for you. It's okay but but evangelical preacher and three time returning champion on the syndicated game show card sharks in nineteen eighty six. That's real looking up. Robert half friis knew better than to simply blame the minions. He took a fox news sunday morning to explain the real culprit for the impotent insurrection. That was orchestrated by and in the service of donald trump was satan. Oh i'm so close. Yeah quite which he did not mean. Donald trump quote the people who stormed the capital. The people who killed that police officer. We're not part of the kingdom of god as some people claimed they were part of the kingdom of satan and co wrote because otherwise he wouldn't even be a true scotsman if anybody well now if you look real close you'll see each of the christians who killed that police officer. They were doing it in the name of goad. God's younger brothers son is on damn. There was a little brother so yeah bottom line. It turns out that decades of feeding the dumbest half of the white people manufactured narrative about how oppressed they are handing the over to a pathological. Just have consequences. Yeah fortunately it's the dumbest half so they usually fuck it up but some things are terrifying. Even when they're tragically stupid of course. If christians were in the habit of acknowledging reality they wouldn't be christian so the only silver lining. Is that shit like this. Makes it a lot harder for rational people to keep accusing us of alarmism. If the comfort is that this is a mob that was literally misdirected. Away from the senators. They were hunting by a cop going. Hey hey over here. The discomfort that some of those senators were rooting for the mob. So oh and and blast from the past news. It might be hard to believe but there are actually way worse countries to be an atheist in america. I know i know podcast listener. But it's true and we got a reminder that last week when ex-muslim atheist activist and founder of faithless ajab he zehr eqe was arrested in tanzania on allegations of blasphemy. Why i mean. Yeah but how bad could a tanzanian prison really catchy during cushy. Now yeah of course. Zahra wasn't told why she was under arrest when she was first brought into custody according to him at meta over at the friendly atheist blog she was held for thirty two hours before knowing the charges against her. But it's pretty clear now that her climb is being an ex muslim and talking about it. Yeah yeah women and talking rarely go well together and super religious countries but it gets better worse. The cover story is that she's under arrest for criticizing the tanzanian president's response to cove it. So you know just in case the yokels at the capitol got you down the tanzanians polices cover story is that. They're suppressing political rivals. How could we be holding manufactured charges if we cut her body up and dumped it into the notion come on yup indeed now the good news is that as of writing this stories era is out on bail but her australian passport is revoked and she can't go home where you know nobody will lock her up on bullshit charges like this now. The good news is the australian. Government is aware of the situation and advocating on her behalf but as always in these situations the more people that know about it the less likely the tanzanian government will feel comfortable. Doing horrible shit. They think they can get away with to someone for not wearing a scarf on their head anymore. So make sure you take a moment. Check the lincoln the show notes and help. However you're able and in jagged little pillow news today antastic. Thank you the my pillow guy can to get crazier fine. Fine twenty bucks. You win you win and sorry in advance. There's something of a theme to my headlines this week but attempted theocratic revolutions have that effect on me but yes. Even in the wake of wednesday's deadly insurrection mypillow founder person who handedly disproves the meritocracy fantasy that underscores the moral justification for capitalism. Mike lindau showed up on a livestream service for eagle mountain international church to throw still more fuel on the trees and fire. Not only did he recommit to the lie about from selection being stolen but he also added some new bullshit about the to georgia senate seats being stolen as well. All right everyone be sure to check out the new children's book. Everything i lose was stolen by stacey abrams. Yep there you go so yeah in a terrifying glimpse into where. The yarn is tied on his basement map. He says quote those two senate seats that they stole yesterday. All eyes were on them. Now we've got more evidence to be clear. That's that's more than none and no they don't anyway. He continues quote. This stuff went to pakistan who it went overseas to other countries. Can you think of what china where these boats went over again and they you know this attack on our nation sick. Okay wait the vote. The votes went overseas or the the evidence went. Okay did it. Makes no sense for mike lindell. Exactly he's going downhill somehow so yeah. I'm pretty sure he's technically not trying to start a war with china in an effort to install a desperate but only because he lacks the mastery of the english language required to do so. He did however trace the silver lining around this dark cloud of the will of the people. He pointed out that by stealing these last two runoff elections. We've provided even more evidence that the system is rigged. So if you think about it. Like mike lindell's mother no doubt how constantly tell him. Losing is technically just like winning. Yeah and based on the massive leaks of parlor data a lot of trump supporters are probably hoping that prison means freedom. While we're at right. Yeah exactly mixed up in headlines. Scathing atheist favorites least favorites activist group. One million moms found another thing to be mad about this week. No it's not the riot at our capitol or the fact that they killed the cop with a fire extinguisher. An american flag. It's a match dot com about satan. Yeah no yeah. Think about the kind of message that sends to children so yeah. The ad in question is a surprisingly funny take about satan getting matched with the year twenty twenty and their relationship going well but since it talked about a goat demon the one million moms current twitter following four thousand. Six hundred and six are very very mad and as usual started another useless petition to nobody. Nobody will they suck. And there are less of the one million moms than there are active members of nambla right. Yes and that's even before you factor. The catholic church in is a subsidiary. So as monica cole puts it on the one million. Moms website quote. These two ads both created by ryan reynolds. Make light of hell and the eternal dangerous of the demonic rail. Read they don't take our defense curiously One million moms does not want viewers to be deceived by this unbuilt depiction of satan in hell these two. Dr commercials make it typical for family and children to avoid such evil content while watching. Tv shows during primetime and sporting events quote. Why it's got to wear middle class. White kids can't watch. Minorities get injured for their amusement without being bombarded with negative messages. And look i empathize with the nearly five thousand moms only if you include the bots. It's tough week for them. Their favourite lawyer rudy giuliani's going to get kicked out of new york bar lot of just got put on the no fly lists and their reaction has gone viral on tiktok. So we hear. The skating atheist are here to help with a set of christian approved totally biblical match dot com ads enjoy. Gosh how did we meet. Well let's see. I was married to his brother and then and then he died and like as soon as that happened. Match dot com. Send me a message. Like hey. You're his property. now yes true true. They sent that message. And it's it's just great since then i've four children. Yeah she is she has and she even got me a concubine for christmas. I did. I love to spoil. But her kids will. Always be my favourite that concubines. Just for fucking yeah christian match dot com illegal and technically slavery and in give send go. Fuck yourself not yet. Another website dedicated. The idea that website should be allowed to put whatever they want on them as raving mad over some other website. Exercising the right to put whatever they want on them. Because it turns out that when you're a jackass right wing site that endorses christian terrorism. What a lot of websites don't want on them as you and free speech isn't fun when it's working against you so now they're against it in the name of it. It's very confusing to bottom line though. Is that failing to force apple to say. Here's the christian. Nationalism app is a violation of free speech despite being the opposite of that. Yeah you know. It's bad when big tech takes a break from verifying literal nazis to kick you off their platforms. You've done something wrong. Ranks gone wrong but yeah it turns out that parlor. i know that's not how it should be pronounced. But they're stupid isn't the only site on the chopping block because moto reported on monday. That pay pal was cutting ties with the christian crowd. Funding platform gives send go a site known for raising money for via pieces of shit. Like kyle rittenhouse and proud boys leader and rica. -tario and while there's been pressure on paypal the disassociate from this christian terrorist funding platform for a while. Now they've resisted citing how bad it is for their corporate image to admit that christian is a code word for domestic terrorists as often as not these days but i guess tangential involvement in slapstick. Coup attempt is even worse on their corporate image. so now they're seeking to that pressure. Yeah if only trying to overthrow the government were as serious as i don't know nick kristof imagining that. Your website is full of child porn. This would have been taken care of long ago. Yeah right and look i. I've seen a lotta otherwise reasonable people. Try to equate. This ongoing online perched up sites like give san go to some kind of slippery slope towards censorship. and i i understand why you feel that way except no. I don't in that stupid there have always been laws against trying to publicly ferment. Violent revolutions against the state and for good reason really put up a podcast every week about how we should violently overthrow the elected government and install stacey abrams king. I'd be kicked off of every podcast platform in the world. And i'd get a visit from the fbi. The fact that i'd be correct wouldn't matter. This is not some new fucking standard. That's being made up on the fly. Maybe they've taken their goddamn time and enforcing it but this is always been the case and somehow freedom of speech has endured right. And if you're worried that this is some newfangled. Cucchi interpretation I'd like to refer you to the federalist papers. Where s j w alexander. Hamilton said quote. Of course you're wrong you idiot and finally tonight in dorian slip. News been slightly lost in the hustle and bustle of terrorist attack last week. But in case you hadn't heard illinois congresswoman. Mary miller gave a speech to the group. Moms for america in which she said quote. Hitler was right about one thing he said. Whoever has the youth has the future and quote because she couldn't possibly think of anyone else who has expressed the thought. Children are important. Honey honey. i'm not saying that. Hitler never said no thank you. I'll wait for the andre. I'm saying it's weird that you keep citing him one way or the right so as is to be expected. Miss miller has since released an apology and by apology. I mean she. Sorry that you antique for cox trying to twist her perfectly words into something quote earlier. This week i spoke to a group of mothers about the importance of face and guarding our youth from destructive influences. I sincerely apologize for any harm. Ma word caused and regret using a reference to one of the most evil dictators in history to illustrate the dangers. That outside influences can have our youth this dark history should never be repeated and parents should be proactive to instill. What is good true. Right and noble into their children's hearts and minds. Okay what does shoot. She apologize for acknowledging. hitler existed. With what does it say about her that even now she doesn't understand that like finding common cause was the issue. Now maybe you're thinking yourself okay. That's all well and good but are some of her best friends. Countries that are kind of jewish moves concludes while thumb are trying to intentionally twist my words to mean something antithetical to my beliefs. Let me be clear. I'm passionately pro. Israel will always be a strong advocate and ally of the jewish community. I've been in discussion with jewish leaders across the country and in grateful to them for their kindness and forthrightness and they're totally normal sized noses. Well i was on the phone the other day. I was forgiving him. For killing christ as i am won't to do and they told me i was the least nazi person. They even knew as an excellent way to put. Jewish people are yelling at me. But i gotta say i look forward to what miller brings up next or as joseph stalin once put it the sun will come out tomorrow so all right well in the words of edna mean. We're done here. So i guess we can close the headlines for the night eli thanks always monte and when kuang-chi maybe even and when we come back andrew will be here to ask the introduction not follow eddie amina joseph stalin references anymore. Eighty lie. what what's the matter dude. Hey no. I'm just trying to tie this letter to the shot shotput so i can send it to my friend. Why don't you just mail it and go to the post office with all that hassle. No thanks well. I get it but why don't you just try. Stamps dot com. What's stamps dot com stamps. Dot com brings all the services of the us postal service. Right to your door. You can sorry neyla here you. What's stamps dot com ele. That's not in the script man. I know but if you could just tell me again what stamps dot com. And while you're at it tell me what's hellofresh. What's hellofresh what's hello. Are you using the fact that he doesn't here to win. Some weird game that you guys do in the ads. No no never her. Don't get paid for the ad if footsteps dot com. What sometimes it's fine. It's what's things dot com. What stamps dot com. What steps down. I've already stopped recording. I was never much of a fan. A short film until i started watching christian movies and now i may shorter the better kinda guy which is why i'm happy to introduce another segment. Tub god awful mini and what fun is suffering if you can't bring along some friends so to help us out tonight. We're happy to welcome back to the show and host of the opening arguments. Podcast andrew torres andrew. Back sir. Thanks no a run time of seventeen minutes. Oh yeah i'm in for those anytime even. If there's no pimp care. I am getting off easy to are right so before we dive into this video. I was hoping you could tell our listeners about your newest podcasting project i'll thanks. It's called clean up on aisle forty-five right title and it's it's with. Ag of muller she wrote and how we do the hard work of rebuilding. The justice department are executive branch rebuilding our institutions now that we're post trump and ag. You might know. She was a former high civil servants. She's ex military. It's going to be great so We drop on inauguration day january twentieth and every wednesday after that cleanup on. How forty-five well that's awesome. I'm really looking forward to that. Sounds like a really huge job. And i'm glad that you guys are breaking it down so tell us andrew speaking of breaking down. What video will we be breaking down to that. I don't even. Oh sorry. I mean you mean the title. Yeah don't ask me what it is but the title was called. Hey were reward. I mean you could make your hands look a v. People know he does very reward. Can youtube had it wrong. All right so. How bad was this many well. If you love the anti-bullying improv troop that came to your high school. But they didn't talk enough about the afterlife this movie. Oh yeah this is a special one right here. okay so before we get going with breakdowns or anything. You wanna nominate this one for be the best to be the worst at ooh. It is the best worst iphone footage about bullying on you to ask and true ones that that you know all right i was going to go with best worst understanding of how lunch. Money works We're gonna we're gonna get there. I'm just going to say that they get this wrong. At least to read. Maybe five different ways aids impressive. It is impressive. And i was going to go with best worst. You'll be sorry when i'm dead right. Look the whole pitch of christianity is. You'll be sorry when you're dead. That's the selling point. You'll be sorry when i'm dead is as nonsensical the last seconds of the short film. Who boy. i'll tell you what it's it's going to be absolutely nothing happens. Absolutely nothing happens. What the fuck just happened. That is the formula for this one. All right so. Let's turn to the you tubes here. We're going to start off. By the interwebs. As though i'd be identified and this start off by establishing that jenna our hero is bullied and poor and cassie and her. Cool friends are the bullies. And if you don't get that with this. I seen don't worry. We will do nothing but established this for the next four but right away we are going to be introduced to the star of this short film children improvising conversations before. Oh god which in the very first scene begins. Do you guys want to go get nails done later. House yeah it. It's so clear like the director here was like hey you remember and then everybody on the phone was like That movies rated pg thirteen. My dad says i can't see them thirty five. So no i mean and i know girls okay. No that'd be enough. That'd be enough. I also we established right here because they're making fun of jennifer being poor. They're like oh she's so poor she so poor they all live in the same fucking neighborhood. So it's next door to so it's not it's not that much of a dispiriting. I'm guessing all right. So then we see her sitting at lunch show by yourself at the school. We watch her sit there by herself for so goddamn long that like we start wondering if the videos expecting us to go up and say thank you and the kids are improvising. The dialogue again. The nine year olds are talking about how school lunches ruining their diets. I i they're they're fifteen. Eli the plot is about the league. Mean girls getting a car for her. Yeah but so. We listened to them. How pretty much. The exact same conversation about what a loser jenna is but they forget to talk loudly enough so our main character just has super hearing whisper. Nobody likes her. And she's like god damn it. I hate my superpowers and ops away like daredevil. The super hearing You know is a compensation for well. We'll get it right right exactly but before we do. We have to go with this. Bizarre titles andrew alluded to where they're saying have is reward but they're trying to use hands to make the v. but it's actually kind of a you and even that's being generous you know and then we're gonna watch the same god damn seen against the this time. The bullies are following her home from school. I read my notes okay. Now they're following your home. Are we sure. These girls aren't ghosts of a soccer team with her mom. That's right because i want to be clear for the listeners. Would you say home. They are six inches behind your yeah like two minutes. One seventh of this film's run on. Its disturbing yes so she and they're picking on her. Because apparently she has a stutter. Took something that. The movie has an established chat. Great filmmaking right at it look. I understand that you guys have me on and our listeners. Expect me to be the calm sensitive voice of reason for these things but could they data hired an actor with an actual stutter mincing. Leave one god. It's all buh buh buh upbringing but but even that would be an improvement on what she does half the time she kind of forget. It's there and she does vowels. Occasionally which is a helvetic i so yeah the only way that you can tell. She's going for stutter in this conversation with her mom is the fact that those girls had made jokes about her stuttering early right. Yeah and the only way you know. It's mom is because she says it because the movie decides to fill mom from the neck down. This is the next parasite so okay. So she goes all sad and everything so she goes to her room and gets on her her computer. Oh graph to tell everybody how lonely she was like. how bad did they fuck up. Computer in okay. Are we address that this girl is very obviously being groomed by pedophile. Because it really seems like. She's being groomed. We never find out who she's internet chatting with. We just know that like she tells them all their problems and they give her religious advice. The the plot of the movie is that she has no friends except that she has a friend. Frankly she has somebody that she talks to online at admittedly could be thirty eight year old. Who's naked from the waist down. We never well. I think it's supposed to be her pastor which means that yes thirty eight and they can and and yeah she's being groomed by pedophile. Even if she's not being groomed for philip purposes she is being groomed than it is by a pedophile. Yeah if you're passer mos- your lawn. A pedophile mowed your lungs at noah. You you you alluded to this. But the the site that she's on is called Are messenger dot com. So of course. I went there while and it is a domain farm in poland. So what this means is. This movie was incapable of paying the nine dollars to register. You know an actual domain name. Like i dunno know christian chat up tube and now that i've said that if i know eli at all he's already reserved and has that redirected to point at porno ahead of you andrew. Well ahead i will say that if there is one theme like ongoing seem to the way that this movie was shot it was didn't have the nine dollars to i guess the pedophile on the interwebs. Which is actually what it says on her screen. Oh yeah on the interwebs. There's little open windows with test patterns on them they think are test better anyway so anyway so the pedophile says. Just make sure that you aren't being a little bitch about it right. 'cause she's going like all the kids pink final me and my life is just terrible. And he's like well You worry about not bothering them. Then you try and be extra nice to them that will help. Everyone knows bullies. React really well to display some weakness. We'll look if you weren't allowed to say meaningless bullshit. You wouldn't be allowed to be a christian and what's amazing is internet pedophile. He's like good at and she's like i can draw and i'm good at taking care of plants and he's like everyone's good at taking care plans to actually stop replying with. I'm taking care plan all right so yes either enthralled by my conversational abilities okay so i just wanna point out. Eight per cent of that. Video was us reading. That bloated vacuous conversation on the interwebs. I did the math on that. Okay so now we cut to church. It's one of those churches. That has a black pastor and white congregants. You know from the movies and nowhere else into. Luckily his sermon is about what that eleven year old girl is going through so nail. You know you have a teenage girls. Look like also okay. But that's why. I thought it was supposed to be the pastor that she had been talking to online. I thought maybe he was trying to speak directly to her. Whatever but ultimately what he's doing is just reading the entry for lifting from the sorace might note here is a we generic up the sermon. Right but the key here. Is that during this sermon. Bully girl. Cassie hands stuttering girl. Jenna an invitation to her birthday party. Don't worry if you missed that we're going to spend the next four scenes going exactly establishing that. That's what just happened all right but first we have to have this weird scene where nothing happens in this hallway. Yes this. This is some of my favorite improv. In the movie though it begins with. I love the highlights in your hair. Popular girl does not have highlight known. Her hair and ends with my parents are going to buy me a green car to which her friend responds. You have enough green things in your room. Yeah no. I don't want they want a car. Now that you mention you said begins and ends with the only line you alighted over in collection of gibberish was. Have you been going to the tanning salon. Which comes in between. I love your highlights. And aren't you going to get a car like one hundred percent clear. That just a random number generator rolls over your generator. Also i have to point out that like just to reinforce the quality of production. We're we're getting here. They're not really in a school. So genesis supposed to be standing at her locker well. These girls walked by having his dumb ass. Conversation about the highlights and tan. That neither which things cassie has. But you don't have a locker 'cause you're not in a school so they've put a padlock on some kind of like i pantry thing or some. Oh yeah you can. You can still see the bbc sticker yet. Yes exactly this is also where we get the background music here. Which aw. I wrote my nose. You know christian rap thing. Yup it's bad. yeah. I wrote my notes at this point and just then literally nothing happens. Oh my god was the point of that. The it totally was too. Because apparently jenna went home and drew a picture of during this conversation. He talked about no. I'm not going to a tanning salon. I'm going to the beach a lot right. 'cause i i'm cool and popular and so genuine home and drew pictures of cassie on the beach. Yeah this is the conversation. I ever heard you and your friends having it is is the first but by no means the last like for shadowing that we get our protagonists unhealthy. Obsession with cassie. Yeah no right like if if your character is drawing pictures of her bully in her bikini here that we're not talking about right. Yeah so okay now. We have this The scene with jenna and her mom. Jenny is telling her mom that she doesn't want to go to this party. She's been invited took. She started to suspect that. Cassie the girl. Who does nothing but bully. Her doesn't really want her at the party. I'm really grateful that you clarify that for me. No because i couldn't hear what they were saying over the garbage truck full of cakes. whatever building. they were filming. yeah cast this is. This is the first point of this. That which i i wished you had invited thomas on in a but then i was glad you did. Because he would have had an aneurysm and co host for opening arguments off. The room has an and. what's okay so the thing about the room has just. It's not just it's really really bad in. It is is as bad as the worst podcast. You've ever accidentally downloaded in your life. But it's not equal so when we go from moms lines two daughters we lose it drops out and comes back just so that you can never acclimate to no no. We got to the room. Miss cameras like jodi something to have to but underneath that mom explains that. Don't worry i know that person doesn't like you but i- tattled to their mom for you and now you'll be great friends trouble. I in that she says if they're not nice to be grounded that's a great foundation for wrench as somebody who nine in middle school You're wondering no not a great idea as someone. Who has noah in middle school. I concur. yeah and so says. She says she doesn't want to go to this party. Your mom's trying to talk her into it. She says he also. I'm too poor to buy a decent present for her And then we get the montage that i opened up on on my best worst. The mommy saving money for the gift montage show. Here's how they re. This mom takes an envelope out of the drawer. That says lunch money. She takes the single dollar. That is in that envelope out. Takes out a new envelope. Rights gift bernie on that and blow and puts that one dollar into and then as if this were rocky four. Yes we see. A bond taj of that seven times in a row ended anthem. They made the actress. Change your shirt. She's like sweaty and out of breath the sacred first of all. That's not how anything were for. Your lunch doesn't cost a dollar. You don't have an envelope sitting here tour. What did he envelope in there. That it's just like rent and telephone bills. She's a she's a grownup she could be a person. You can carry multiple dollars all at once but yeah exactly and then also like you're going your daily meal so that you can buy a present to your daughter can give to a bitchy girl. That's already rich. it cannot be overstated. What a terrible message. This is dependent of the christian stuff right like we will learn. I don't know two and a half minutes from now that the single moms minimum wage job is hanging by a thread. And she's like no no no. I like what. I just take a couple of lessons from the greek parliamentary. Put right and also. I don't mean to be all we'll just go your coffee at home if you're not if you don't have enough money but like legitimately if you're only way to save one dollar per day is to forego lunch maybe you move into a one story how shit your money is going other differences all right so now we get a scene where cassie the. The beachie girl has to complain about. The fact that sh- her mom baiter invite chen and she's not even allowed to give her a wedgie that this was the single moment in which i realized that other than us the only people who have ever watched or ever will watch this movie. Are the grandparents of the teenage actors. Who were in it because it has that. Like matlock style pacing of now. Here's a recap of what you just saw last. If this movie had tried to sell us a reverse mortgage. I was the actor that played the funds right out of the can and then and then we have to reinforce the same thing again by having the other two bully girls sit there and talk about what awesome gives. They're going to be able to buy for bully girl because they have credit cards. The credit card is so good also during the scene. Cassie is literally sitting in front of a sign for anti-bullying wanted an arrow pointing other. I'm sorry we cannot pass slightly over this credit card seat because this this is these two girls are like human lizard aches. Fever dream imagination. I too am real human hatch leg and as proof. Here's telly savalas. Diners club card holding roughly the way. Donald trump holds bible holding it so awkwardly. She gives up on putting it back in her pocket down. Your black human hand can't get into a pocket just lowers it to a sidearm. There's no way from here in an area. Exactly all right so then we cut to kassy's party. Oh my god at this. It's it's the second saddest party in history. I mean the first is kirk cameron alone with his subway sandwiches on twitter which i included that picture in the just in case enter and no weren't aware and and that is a delight made reviewing this movie one hundred percents worth it but they're set least color in the kirk cameron manheim right. This is this is again if we haven't made this matlock levels of clear to you. Every other line of dialogue has been you know calling. Cassie the girlfriend of richie. Rich like the and this party takes place in what. I can only describe as the bare white closet in the basement of an abandoned mental institution. Blindingly bland it's like the fucking construct from the matrix. It's the zoom wedding. All right so yes. She's opened up. A presence in one friend is like oh i got you the hope diamond. Just what i always wanted. And then we get to generous present now. Jenner's presidents wrapped in tissue paper because they can't afford wrapping paper tissue paper more more clinton. He's so much more expensive to do that unless you did all the extra tape anyway. Yeah but so then. She opens up the present from china and doesn't like it now. You guys are telling me that that you could tell what the hell this was supposed to be. Okay i would like to posit my guess andrew hugo i. It's a box or in the car wrecks. The box says welcome to beach. Cassie which is human reptilian hybrid for welcome to the beach. Cassie okay. it has a pot in there so it so it's clearly got her like ability to take care of plants right and the fact that there's carbon dioxide in the atmosphere and then there's a drawing of something in there probably inappropriate to show on the screen. That was how i also. We need to point out that the box is a orange carton. Very important to me spiritually. Secondly the picture. I believe is the picture. She drew of the overheard conversation of the girl at the beach and finally the resistance. The reason why mom has been starving yourself not one but two christian bookmarks was that i missed those in there to the right of the drying. All okay i. I'm sitting audience can understand why didn't exactly pick up on. That box of garbage is right. Yes all right. But so the next day though jeddah walks out and remember that she lives right next door to her bully and she sees that genesis threw away or awesome president carpet and left it sticking out so that she could be damn shir chenowitz with a note that says jenas present now. That was a realistic. Believe move though. Yeah no that was good. We'll give her some bully points per. Yeah all right so comes into our house all sad. Mom says what's wrong before she even makes it in the door. It's it's the way that we greet. Eli by saying eli. Did you hurt yourself usually. There's something wrong apparently but this reaction of moms fantastic funny don't worry about those bullies at school. Says he's exactly her response. Don't worry about those boys at school. I just got fired from my job. So we're gonna have to move in with grandma anyway. look eric. Osman and i really really tried to get billy west to come on right here to say good news. He just mumbled something about one cameo per customer but muddy mumbled. It is zoya burks but it was that level of like no time to celebrate where we're all dead poor flat broke and you're going to have to leave the neighborhood and they do well. Yeah and the fucked up thing is that she leaves this hanging right. She says oh. Don't worry you won't have to deal with those mean. Girls said he more dot dot dot. What did you do all right. Moving your winning me back. But like i got fired for my job and we have to move in with grandma next week. I'm like next you pay rent by the week. They're really wanted to flash cut to grandma bullying. Why didn't you win the easiest presidential election in history fucking more all right so then. The next day at school bully girls are talking about how awesome it is. That jenner had to move to the projects where she belonged and apparently one of the girls found is obsessive. Cassie worship notebook. That she left laying around. Yeah we really glad that the filmmakers decided to you know. Tie that thread up in a boat as we learn that not only does china have pages of prayers about cassi but also has dropped like and lots of pictures like look. This could easily be the prequel to single white female. Right is some creepy fucking shit. But then but cassie feels bad right. 'cause like she's like wow it kind of would have been awesome to be openly worshiped right established michelle so. She goes and apologizes to her imagination. Yup she asks god for forgiveness. Note that she does not ask for forgiveness. No yeah the the one hundred percent sincere lesson of this christian feld is oh for a second give the tiniest ship about clinically depressed teenage girls. The real victim is jesus. yes yes. That's only person she reconciles with. And then the floor disappears from beneath our feet and we give up any pretense of sanity for the remainder of the film are andrew. I am counting on you. You have read the lawsuits from the trump team. What you're only hope. And i will tell you i had to watch this. I realized that my notes it says three times. I had to watch this four times because my my own notes where like descending into levels of madness of that it's just all caps like what the fuck is happening here. I finally figured out what the fuck is happening here. Okay and that is we flash forward nine years in this like the floor dropping right so and the reason is because we get an old woman's voice with the same bad stutter saying i hope. My daughter is praying for me while i undergo the operation which by the way blake. None of that didn't not not that up in anywhere. It's i had to do. You know indiana jones spelunky levels of deep dives to figure this out and then jennifer dies right and then shows up in heaven. Yup and i think that this heaven or possibly hell will get there. But i think is heaven. Uses the titanic rules. So right when you die you wake up at age. You were in the mood day. I remember his. We all want to be fifteen for turn. Yeah well fifteen and reliving for eternity the slightly confused feelings you had about like. Oh yeah. that's that's that's the way too. Good god you got me on that because cassie is there to greet her in heaven with a cake. And no utensil. Yes she shows up but she's like hi. I'm your high school bully. And and at that point we all had the oh. She must've been bad in intervening she wakes up when the in an itchy field with no adults around in her high school bully that didn't strike me as having but no she has a cake and a hug. I'm just saying as someone who was a high school bully. I've got a lot of cake only on the bees bentham how you looked at this age so much material. Here's your cake and no utensils. Dirty grass stained hands into that her right cheek. Be like honestly after watching this convoluted weird ash descent. I thought to myself were. They go in for full length movie just and realized that the phone was dying down all right. Well that's it. I guess the on that reminder that if you love jesus enough asian teens will hug you when you die. Were to wrap it up there andrew. Thanks so much for helping us out today man. Yeah thanks question all right well that does it for this segment. 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"I'm Looking For A Job With More Money And Satisfaction"

The Ken Coleman Show

47:37 min | 10 months ago

"I'm Looking For A Job With More Money And Satisfaction"

"Thanks for listening to the podcast of the Ken Coleman Show you can catch the show live every weekday from twelve to one eastern on Youtube and one to two eastern on Sirius Xm Andrew Local radio station. If you'd like to ask me a question, you can talk to me live any weekday from twelve to two eastern by calling eight, four, four, seven, four, seven, two, five, seven, seven. Setting the pace on the pursuit of happiness this the Ken Coleman show where you discover what you were born to do and how to make it happen. Now helping you get on stock on the path to your dream job Ken Coleman. I am coming to you live from Ramsey studios in Nashville, and you are joining a conversation about who you are, what you were created to do where you want to do it, and how you can get there it is about your purpose is not political talk radio. This is purposeful talk radio. We believe that you were created to fill a unique role. That means you are tremendously valuable and that you are needed. And so we are going to help you get clear. He can get qualified help you get connected you can get started help you get promoted could get the dream job to give yourself away. What is your unique role at work? That answer is within your sweet spot, which is at the intersection of what you do best talent. What you love to do most passion and what results matter most of you mission. So It's your show because it's your purpose. Eight four, four, seven, four, seven, two, five, seven, seven, eight, four, four, seven, four, seven, two, five, seven, seven. Let's start it off in Hartsdale. Susan joins US there. Susan. You're on the Ken Coleman show. Hi Ken Hi Susan Different. From being in the hot seat them when you're listening online. Well let me tell you this. It might feel hot but I want you to know it's not hot I'm GonNa, take really good care of you and I'm here for you. So how can I help? I'm confident in that. Okay. So here's my situation an executive assistant I work at a great financial firm in New York City. I. Know That my job is secure through to twenty because we've been told multiple times global town hall that there are no layoffs in twenty, twenty, two to coded. But. We say in twenty twenty and I'm feeling like, okay it's time to look forward and secure that same feeling for twenty twenty one. I used to support for senior people one of which I directly report to I. Now Support Three due to a promotion and across department transfer. And what's happening right now what usually happens this time of year or promotion calibrations at all levels and an org structure that's going on where we're combining forces with another team that just moved our floor. Can yesterday I asked my manager. So this doesn't seem like it's affecting group like we're staying intact the way the are, and after I hung up and he agreed with me nothing that I know about right now eastbound twenty said. And hung up and said, well, ask a question. So I got a vague answer to match and I sat back and said, I can't wait to see what happens with promotions. I can't wait to see what's going to fall the fall out of this org? Structure. Time to dig in and go after for something that I'm looking for. So today I spoke to another person that I support all the managing director I've and I mentioned to him asking about one person in particular the way that team's going to split up. Do you think that admiral still be supporting him since you know the main guy is moving even were under the same umbrella but separating from us. the investment team now and he thought you know that sounds like it could happen. Would you like me to speak to him quietly and I thought well was looking for coaching on how to approach this who I speak to. I, do I speak to my direct manager? Do I talked to the guy who could possibly use me do I talk an alum talking to you help lead me in the direction which way I should go because I didn't want to step on any toes. Yeah. I. Think you've done the right thing because you started off with your leader correct. Well I started off with him yesterday but I wasn't specific and direct. I was begging the way I asked hoping he would elaborate. His personality. Personnel Right. So I think you gotta go. I. Think you go back to him and and you say, Hey, I don't want to step on any toes but I'm looking to do this and here's the reason why and there's nothing for you to be ashamed of. You know had a call about this on our youtube show earlier today you know look it goes like this. Hey, I really appreciate you appreciate this company. I want to grow professionally. And one of the ways I've defined that I can grow professionally is looking at this position here, and here's why affiliate gets a good fit and but at the same time I don't want to upset the apple cart. I don't want to rock the boat I just want to. Get your insight on what you think and get your blessing. Well in case I wasn't clear I wouldn't be upsetting. Any applecart. Taking on additional charge all I know I All I was using was a figure of speech to say, okay, I'm not demanding anything. I'm just saying. Raising. My Hand I want to do this and I need your help I need your blessing Anisur inside. I need your. Help to make it happen. That's all I'm saying I. It's a spirit of humility. Yes and it's also I think that's created a one pretty short. I've created some goodwill with this person in the past where my you know he'd come out or get me while I was working at home say he can help me out with some travel because I reached out to so and so and I don't think they're going to get back to me today meaning their assistant equality you know. So sure give me access to all your stuff make delegate. I'll take care of the third time they've ever asked me for help. You know. I I always say, yes. What can I do to help you? Establish I want to be part of the team. Exactly. Here's the deal. Don't talk to that person until your leader has has given you the blessing. That's all. That's the way that you don't way. You don't step on anybody's toes. Once. You're once you're leader finds out that you WANNA do it and goes yeah. I have no problem with that. Then you go directly to that person absolutely because you've got an established relationship say, Hey, I, got the blessing of this person I wanted to talk to you about this, and then everything is above board. That's how we would recommend you. Do at Ramsey solutions as well. You go to your leader I, you tell them, and that makes you a world class person and you are thank you so much for the call season. That's GONNA work out. Great for you could just tell someone who is as detailed as you are. You care deeply about healing the right way it's going to be fine. It's going to be fine. Let's go to wall in Charlotte North Carolina while you're on the Ken. Coleman. Show. Again, how you doing? Well, I'm living the dream. How can I help today? So I have a question I, WanNa know how long the give the company to become financially stable or when is time to just cut your losses when you feel like you're in the sweet spot. well, facilities are two different questions. So clarify, are you saying? My company's unstable financially how long before I get out of Dodge Yea. So, so it's not it's not quite Yeah it's it's it's a little complicated. So we we. I'm on base. That four or five and six. I have six six months emergency fund drive a little bit of time to just like wait things out and see how things develop. I'm new to the job and the company down working for right before like right after started about a couple of months like into it couple happened then cove it hit and we had some benefit and and and take happening because of Cola, which hopefully are only temporary though with with that picture given. How long do you give a company become more stable when you feel like you're in your sweet spot, you liked the people you're working for you like your bosses. But at the same time, you don't WanNa like risk, your family's income and your income. Well, I I would give them I. Mean there's no here's the answer. There's no stocking answer it's not like well ninety days I when I think is is that you've got to look at the picture. As clearly as you can see it so it's like staring at a picture. Right, it was like a painting on your wall, and if you go stare at that painting for about five minutes, you might see some things you never saw before I see some intricate details you stare at what you've got into right now you've got to ask questions you've got to pay attention to what you see what you hear in your company and get the best. Forecast that you can get right now. and Go what do I think? and. The other thing I think you because you're in financial stability look for something else that can replace it if you find that and it's in your sweet spot, do that but. Folks the unemployment rate has skyrocketed and because of that, the job market is more competitive. 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If you're going to be looking for a job, you must do everything in your power to prepare, and this course will help you do just that go to Ken Coleman Dot Com to buy the get higher digital course today. That's Ken Coleman Dot Com. Welcome back to a show that is all about your purpose. This is the Ken Coleman Show I'm Ken. So excited to have you with us as we continue to bring purpose. Optimism meaning. Joy Celebration. To the Talk Radio Airways. Yeah. You're GonNa to hear anybody yelling and screaming here unless it's a dream scream. Or I'm shouting on behalf of somebody else. because. We don't need any more division. You know one thing we can be unified by that. We're all created equal. And that we were all created. To contribute. What we. COULD BE UNIFIED. Around No politics and that statement. What if we were all focused on being the best version of ourselves boy I? Believe we'd have some different political leaders. Both parties I believe. We'd have a different agenda in this nation and around the world. Or too busy focusing on things that separate us as opposed to. The things that unite us in the one thing that unites is, is that we all long to help each other. So every caller on the show that calls in, that's not clear. They can I need some help. I'm not sure what I want my life but I know this, I want to help people. That said over and over and over again. Why? Because that's the unifying. Quality in every human being that's not a complete psychopath. Till. It's most people most people are. Trying to figure out how they can help people. And make a living and that's what we do here. So welcome aboard eight, four, four, seven, four, seven, two, five, seven, seven, eight, four, four, seven, four, seven, two, five, seven, seven. Let's go to Salina Kansas. Logan joins US there logan you're on the Coleman show. Hello Logan Base Aaron how you doing today have living the dream man how can I help? Well Kind of a particular curious situation I'm currently a truck driver. I'm waiting for my current city to stop a hiring freeze. So that way, I can become a police officer. And but my fiancee. She works at a check office and I'm wanting to help her figure out just how. Figuring, out what exactly she wants to. Take. As she given any. Well. She used to work in law enforcement with me. And She she. In all technicality violated quote unquote policy. And there was. A guy that was higher up a supervisor that was pretty high up that kind of had a personal vendetta against her because of her dad was. And so the way they worded it when they let her go was that she would. Never. WORK AT AGENT Let tell say what we're GONNA, do. Joe A see if we can madison see, we can get him back that connection was really bad think he dropped and we'll see if we can get him back on up. Next is Marissa in Dusseldorf Germany all this is fun Melissa on the Ken Coleman Show. Hey can how's it going? Orissa I am living the dream so good to hear from you from Germany what's going on today? Yeah. nice to speak with you. I've been listening to your talk for quite a while I thought yeah I ring on talk to. Question. I'm excited to talk to you. Okay so the story is the usual you know studied. In College got out with them and not really in a job that I want to be not in a job. For what I studied. So I studied communications I always wanted to come to Germany I'm happy I'm here that I made it. But the thing is I'm working customer service jobs. and. It doesn't make so much money and Yeah. I'm sixteen thousand dollars in debt. Yeah. Yeah. So if you have any pointers like. Do. I want to figure out where you WANNA end up. Let's start with the end in mind and then little back up to where you sit right now. So you know what I loved is you gave me a little bit of a window, but she didn't finish the sentence. You said something to the effect of I always wanted to be in communications and I'm curious what were some of those ideas or specific targets that you had or you have now that essentially if I could just snap my fingers and give it to you now? No risk. Guaranteed success. What would you do? Yeah I. Guess My dream was always to live abroad somewhere, and that's why I studied. communication will actually international communication because they thought they could help me land a job somewhere else. And it did. It did correct. Yeah. Okay. Well, let's go. Let's go a step further. Let's go deeper. You WanNa live abroad. Why? While because I, I love things that are changing and learning new things about other cultures. Great. Now, talk about some of the work that you wanted to because you either you you interrupted yourself or you just don't know the answer to this, which is what would be the dream job overseas. Yes. But what would you WANNA do all day every day if you knew, you couldn't fail. What would you do? Something creative I know that's quite broad That's okay. But my job is to. Drill down creative with your hands into. something like design oriented not with my hands just something that I can visualize. Okay. Great. Great now, we're onto something visual design. Okay. Let's not worry about the job or the career path. Let's just stay on visual design. All right. And let's just say that we're now going to focus on the mission parts of your talented in many areas. We haven't gone through this, but you've been listening long enough. You know talent is is what you do. Best Passion is the work you love. So you love the idea of creating something that looks prettier looks pleasing fair. Yeah you like imagining what it could be like the actual design itself. Correct. Absolutely. Right. So that's passion. So mission is who do you most want to help? Problem. solve. What's the solution to that problem? You WANNA solve? So what are some things that you like from a design standpoint? Your design would be helping who? Yeah I mean I guess those who don't really have a good I for things but also you know for people who can't really because designer things you know they're usually come with a price tag. So making it accessible and affordable to all people. Great. So we talked about clothing shoes, hats what are we talking about? Are we talking about websites for small businesses? Are we talking about interior design for people who want to take their home to the next level with the can't afford a super pricey you see where I'm going with this this is like a brainstorm who, who, where, who do you most want to help with your design? These specific chronic I I don't know. Melissa all of those things. Okay. Great. That's actually good answer. You know what I should have said that way my favorite multiple choice question when I was a student. Melissa was d all of the above. That was like my favorite one, right Just said d all the above. Didn't you? True Okay listen. Here's what you next. This is fun. So we want to verify we've just clarified. We've just come up with three four options. All right. Now, we want to verify. So this is where my book, the proximity principle. The concept of the principal comes in. You've heard me talk about the for everybody else that might be new to the program. The proximity principle says in order to do what Marissa wants to do, which is design. She's gotTa. Be around people who are doing design work and in places where design work is happening. So now we're going to expand that list well, maybe website designed. Maybe Interior, design maybe clothing design. Okay, maybe office space design or architecture. Right. So you you make a list of all the things that you think maybe I can do or be interested in, and so we're going to go about getting in proximity to people who are winning in those professions still with me, Marissa. Who'd you get it now when you're with those people? And places where those people are hanging out. And watching them. What does your heart tell you because your heart's going to verify? Yep I definitely would love to design websites not interested in. Designing someone's home or whatever but as you verify so you're going to learn everything you can about these things. By doing research observation and communication talking actual people who win their what's their daylight? That is how you verify that your homework assignment? This is the Ken Coleman show. What if you could be one hundred percent confident that you're doing the right thing with your money? Well, folks now you can with Ramsey plus we took our best tools and teaching and put them all together. In one all access membership you'll learn the proven plan with Financial Peace University you'll budget with the everydollar APP annual track your progress with the new baby steps up plus you get a whole lot more go to. Ken Coleman Dot com slash plus and sign up for a free trial of Ramsey plus today that's can komen dot com slash plus. Welcome back. Aboard. The Ken Coleman show you know safe the ship we're going somewhere folks you know think of it is the cruise ship. Towards your contribution purposeful work intentional income. Yeah. You were created still unique role. You're needed you must do it. The US purpose. There you go. Joe. Yeah, there you go. I grew up You know a grandson of two navy guys both my grandfathers were in the navy. And grew up in the Norfolk Virginia area, the tidewater Hampton roads area. and. By the way we're live there on thirteen ten. So my old stomping grounds come on shoutout. Hampton. Roads Virginia Beach. Norfolk Chesapeake Newport News Portsmouth Hampton the whole nine yards may can't throw Williamsburg in there but far away, but I grew up going on a bunch of ships Joe. I always love ships, you know the old school ships. Fantastic. Fantastic and if you think about. Ships journeys and sailing is a lot of storms, a lot of waves, lot of patients or the old days to six months. Excuse me six weeks. To sail. What is now simply very small distances, months and months on end to sail around the world so. Think of your journey. As a true voyage. That's really really where we'd get that that imagery is sailing. and. kind of having to rely on the winds and the waves and all those things. That's the journey. It's that unpredictable. Now you know your direction, you've got your your compass, but there's a lot of extenuating circumstance. Oh, there you go. The stall GIC for. Ships and boats Joe, did you ever try to sail by the way actually sale I tried one time at a small sailboat tried to teach me me about lost my head. You know when you got to move the thing the I remember what you call it the Jib. Joe You're great for that kind of information. We get some folks watching out in the lobby. As soon as you said, the this young guy he's got to be in his twenties he just started laughing. Yes I love that you're ready for that. You know if I ever go on the reboot of who wants to be a millionaire you're probably my lifeline you're you're the guy I'm calling. Thirty seconds can question for Joe Joe what do you call that thing that that the sales attached to and you got to move it sometimes to change direction of that would be gyp final answer. He wins that would be you man, just don't ask him how to operate an iphone. Oh, this is true. Madison. There once again. Bring, down to Earth doesn't like it when I say Nice things about you I've noticed she so competitive while while we're on this fun because I love Joe Madison, we like to talk to each other during the show. Sometimes what she's talking about is absolutely true because I'll never ever ever forget I wasn't I was out of town, but I remember. A year ago. I was at the beach. I. Feel like I got a text for Madison she because you're not going to believe what just happened in staff meeting a thousand people through. Joe. scrolling through his phone. And not paying attention clearly any he accidentally clicks on a target add. It's volume is all the way up because he thinks it's off because he's adjusted one side of the phone. Let the ad just starts blaring in staff meeting, and of course, Joe goes into panic mode and the way you described at the time I envisioned it being like a hot coal in Alice the best part I mean. Okay. So the target ad POPs up not your fault necessarily your finger slip, but he couldn't figure out how to turn it on idea it just kept going oh only this weekend good. Your beach towels were eighty percent off Dr Laura is just like. It's it's amazing. Dave. Didn't call you who full blush mode now oh my gosh. One of the great stories of all times. Amazing. So Fun. So there you go they both have their strengths and weaknesses just like you people. All right eight, four, four, seven, four, seven, two, five, seven, seven we're having more fun than we should be allowed to have. We're having fun because we actually love what we do. So we got that waiting for you. Let's go to Logan Logan calling back widsom phone difficulties calling on behalf of his fiancee. I know you say that do differently but I like to change the NCAA from time to time let's go to Salina Kansas Logan rejoining US Logan you're on the Ken Coleman, show? Thank you sir So basically, I need to help her figure out. How to get back into enforcement or be find something closely related that she's just going to love and enjoy doing. Got It. Now let me ask you this. Do we know that law enforcement is certainly in alignment? It would be in her sweet spot. She loves the work itself. It creates a result that matters deeply her. Yeah we both worked in corrections and then our local county jail. and She just loved it. She's a people person and. All right. So let me ask you this. So let's let's let's remove all what ifs, and we'll this has to happen and all this. Let's just to say we let's just say we could snap your finger and put her back in law enforcement. We're talking about the field of law enforcement. So multiple jobs in law enforcement is what I'm thinking. Okay, and you know this. And she knows she can't fail she just as Ken Wave Your Ken Coleman Show Pencil, and Poof it happens. What's on her list of things? What areas would she say to me that she would be interested in taking an opportunity? I'd say probably either correction began or I mean even in maybe the area of being probation officer or regular police officer. Great. Probably the top three. Perfect and so you're pretty confident that that's what she'd say because you know were very well. So it really she's she's in a situation where she's clear on what she wants to do. And now we look at Stage two stage WANNA get clear stage two is qualified. So she already worked in law enforcement in the past. So is she still technically qualified? Or you need to get updated in some way. I think she would need to get updated in some way due to the circumstances of she was like Oh. Okay. Well is she able to go back agency? Right? She had a bad situation. So is that going to disqualify her? Would they even take her back? They will not take her back because she's already tried. Okay. So my point is, let's cross that place off the list. So we're still talking about the same she's doing. The right thing is what we're talking about doing the right thing. But. There are multiple places she can do that law enforcement work. Do you understand? Yes sir. So we need to cross that previous place off the list. So. Let's bring it up anymore. It's not an option. My question is, is she qualified for the other places that she might be interested in working. She does have a criminal justice degree. So I'm thinking yes, right. So we want to make sure. So if we cross off, what was it corrections department of Corrections? What was the place? Where is the place that locally she can't go back The she cannot go back to work for the sheriff's office, right but that's just the sheriff's office. But in corrections you're talking about a prison system, right? Well. The local jail that? Talking, but that's attached to the sheriff. Yes. So that's off the list. So is there a federal penitentiary close by? She did try there and then I think on a higher freeze due to the Kobe thing. Okay. But my point is that's one place what we're trying to do is identify. The type of work that she loves to do, and we've identified that right kind of in that that that area of order and public safety if we WANNA, call it that. So Probation Officer the the city you have police force at separate from the Sheriff Office. Yes. Her case, and that's an option. Right. It is it is feasible that she could look at being a federal agent, a US marshal. All we have to do is. We being you and your fiance is sit down together and identify. Multiple places where she can do the work that she knows she loves to do, and then it gets down to what do I need to get qualified. And there's four questions she's got ask herself. The first is the education question. I don't mean necessarily a degree, but just what does she need to learn to be qualified? The second question is the experience question what experiences she need that would get a qualified for what she wants to do. She's already got it great. Check it off. Third question is the economic question how much is going to cost her to get qualified? Okay, and in the fourth question is the expectation question. How long do we believe it's going to take based on the information that we now have in the previous three questions that's hit my man. You guys are ready. She's ready just answer those four questions. And now we got ourselves a plan. and. Then we get serious about it and do it. So. I'd worked those connections. He's already got some connections that Stage three get connected. You could do that while you're getting qualified get after it. Better days are ahead. This is the Ken Coleman show. Rocket along here I hope you have had a fantastic week. Now, some of you just need to hear what about to say I just know it. Can I didn't make any progress this week. I feel like it went backwards a little bit. But if you're still on the path been eating go home. You didn't stay on the side of the road you got back on all. That's good. Folks listen. There couldn't be weeks like that. Sometimes consecutive weeks sometimes Matz. where? You just feel like you're treading water. You're stuck in the mud a little bit well that that's part of the deal. But as long as you quit. You keep moving forward you're going to be fine eight, four, four, seven, four, seven, five, seven, seven is the number eight, four, seven, four, seven, two, five, seven, seven. Let's go to Joseph and Eagle Mountain Utah Joseph you're on the Ken Coleman, show. Joseph you're on the Ken Coleman show. Hey. There we go. Yeah Man. How can I help? So I. AM clear enough that I know at least the direction that I wanna go in industry taken some steps to get there my main question revolves around if I should pursue a couple opportunities that might. Be In the future of jobs not in my sweet spot that would give a significant race just to help with the financial situation working through the baby steps. And who would also require me to move to Texas Okay. Well. I'm GonNa, try to read between lines and I'm GONNA say what I'm GonNa say quick. Give the ball back to you for you to clarify or ask any specific questions, but if if you are going to step out of your sweet spot. To make more money. To get out of debt and get yourself in a really good financial situation that would then allow you just to really get after your dream. and step back in the sweet spot but from a much better financial position I'm fine with it. I'm not okay with it. If it's a long term decision just on money, I'm not okay with that because I know a ton of people make a lot of money that are miserable in their work. Okay Yeah. Cliff reputation right now I'm not in my sweet spot. Misunderstood more. I. Misunderstood Field. Okay. I- politics. The way you ask that I thought you said, is it okay to step out of my sweet spot? Are you saying that this moved to Texas will put you and your sweet spot? No. It would not. Keep me in the same in the financial field right now keep me in they're just with a raise and lower cost of living. while I'm still. Working on trying to get qualified and connected and all yes then yes. Yeah. Again. Yeah. Yeah. Yeah. So my answer still the same is just misunderstood the factor, but my answer is still the same. You're you're just getting prepared while you're getting qualified and getting connected. You're GONNA take a great job opportunity that makes you more money and allows you pay off debt lie you're getting qualified and getting connected. So yeah, this to me is a step up financially which helps everything. So. Yes. I'm totally in favor of this this is a fantastic opportunity think about how it fast forward your timeline. Have you run that exercise through? started to a little bit. Yeah. It's a good move. Yeah. Man Dude I'm excited apologized for not understanding what you said completely but. Yeah, this is what you're supposed to do this is it remember it takes time and if you can make more money outside of your sweet spot while you're getting qualified getting connected to step in years leads but yes, it's brilliant movement. Is the family on board. yeah they are. I love it man I mean look Texas is Great. So you know no state income tax in Texas that'll help I. Don't know what Utah's situation is does Utah State income tax. Do, closely the. Housing market that makes it a lot cheaper and they're. Okay in Texas spin cheaper we'll go we'll man listen I really I really excited about this yes I would jump at this opportunity have you already accepted I have not I'm not I'm hoping to get an offer here soon, and even if I don't for some reason, there's there's other opportunity. Ed. Yes. Yes. Yes. Yes and I'm just curious for let you go how long before year done. That Stage two. And you're just. Getting connected what your time before you think you can move into the sweet spot. So trying to figure that out a little bit I the field I know I want to get into is in the home design designing new remodeling all through the real estate. Even home staging home designing, organizing type filled. So pretty broad working on a realtor's license good and I'm working part time at home staging company. by the way there folks That's the proximity principle right there and so you know what? He doesn't know the exact timeline he has a general idea but you it's great. He's working through the timeline. Doing it. All Right Joseph. You're going to be calling in doing a dream scream soon. Welcome back America. This is the Ken Coleman show thrilled to have you with us as we help you get clear. And get qualified and get connected and get started and get promoted and get the dream job. So you can give yourself away. Those are the seven stages think of him as a stage in a race or climb. To your purpose in your work, you were created to work to contribute. We are here to help you figure out what stage you're in how to get into the next stage. And step into that dream job and if you do that. We want to hear from you. We've had all couple of handfuls in our three years. This doesn't happen quickly. Not for everybody sometimes quicker than others. But. If you have stepped into the dream job and this show has had a part. In your journey, we would love to hear from you ask it Ken Coleman Dot Com Is the email address ask at Ken Coleman Dot Com, and we would love for emails till Madison that you'd love to call into a dream screaming, and that's just simply me asking you where you started what you did where you are now how you got there. How feels and in the end? You Yell I'm living the dream and we celebrate you. These stories are so important for folks to encourage them. So we want we need a good dream screen but you know we said this early on Joe that. This is going to happen in six months not very often. It's happened a few times in six months, but it's it's a journey we get that which is why we said last week we are going to have a new segment called momentum Monday where we get your stories of updates. You just email ask Ken Coleman Dot Com. Hey Ken. I'm making progress here. Here's what I've done and we're going to cheer for you and give you some love on the air. So email those momentum stories as well. Ask Ken Coleman Dot Com. Eight four, four, seven, four, seven, two, five, seven, seven, eight, four, four, seven, four, seven, two, five, seven is the phone number to jump in. Let's go to Saint. Paul. MINNESOTA. Tyler joins US there tyler on the kid- Coleman show. I can good to talk to you. Taking my call, you bet man, how can I help? well, I'm a previously gone through the Dave Ramsey plan on and. I have one last one that's about to be paid off here in the next month or so and that's it. Then we're debt free. And did for you. That was awesome. Yeah you might even remember. To crazies on the Dave Ramsey chat. Time. Guy That had a kid yes. So. I get those eight kids and I I was free. Bankin. May and Just today found out that there's an offer pending for me to go back to work which is exciting. That's awesome. However what I'm really passionate about I work with computers I love technology I'm a Geek And and But what I'm really passionate about aviation flying everything around that I have an idea for an for a product that I think would be amazing if put in the right hand and my problem is I have a I'm I'm exposed to people in it. And I'm exposed to a lot of people in aviation from both sides of my life and I want to take the knowledge that I have an IT and apply it to this product that I wanted to. For Aviation. The problem is I don't have the knowledge to. Build out a very significant portion of the product that I want to build. It's a technical product and My question is. Do Do I. Take the time to get skilled in that being very rudimentary It'd be very reinvent rudimentary for me at first. In it and do it or I potentially look to see if I could find somebody to partner with me is not wise is out the right choice and even then. Should I really be doing all this right in and being that I have eight kids or in the middle of pandemic etcetera. Okay. Good. So lots of questions there. Let's try to walk through these. Is this going to be a prototype you're planning to because I don't want you to give it away here on the air, but it's an aviation product. Is it something that you will prototype I or is it a explain what you can about it? So that I understand the part about the technology because Well you know what? Before you answer the question let me finish my thought. So. If. It is something that you're gonNA prototype anyway and you're going to have to test it before you try to sell it. then. I feel like the best two options are you take your time you're debt free you're getting ready to start a new job yacht eight kids. There's no rush on this and learn the technology yourself. You said at first that would be rudimentary. Then you feel like you could master it and so if you feel like you have the raw talent and skill. That if you practice it long enough you learn the technology that that is needed to actually build the the product. The tool or whatever it is. That's a really good option. The second. that. I think could be equally good. Potentially is just pay somebody. On a contract basis it'd be like me saying, Hey, I want to hire some guy to come build a chicken coop in my backyard. I can't build anything I'm awful I can't do. I could learn how to build a chicken coop by watching youtube videos. I'm sure or I could just hire some guy a carpenter to come build the chicken coup. So I I guess if it is possible that there's somebody out there that has the technique technical skill. The engineering or the construction or whatever to actually build this technology piece of it I. Just I'd look into pain that person just build this for me to contract only. It does none of that requires a business partner because I don't like the idea of business partners. It's really it's really complex. It does work for a lot of people I don't want to dismiss it. But, I just don't think it's the best idea. So. Now that I given you what I think are option A. and option B.. Back. To my question based on what I said is that is that is that feasible So, there would be cycle of a prototype in that it's a it'd be a technical product it'd be digitally consumed. Okay. So you're telling me people would use it on. Yes Yup band it would be it would be something that I need somebody who has The knowledge to take the day I I'm familiar with the data side I need somebody can pass ballots, take that data and present it to the users in a graphical interface that I don't have the knowledge of how to build that brody advance knowledge listen I'd pay somebody do that. That's either it's either one person or two people. It's either coding and designing or both. Maybe one person can do both, but I would just pay some money to do that. Okay the protect yourself and right and that's a cash. That's a that's the thing that I'd have to Kaslo obviously Is it. Something that I need to be patient with this what? Work, yeah because there's a reason to be in a hurry, anyway, this is a potential entrepreneurial venture for you and so every entrepreneur needs to go way slower than they want to. Because you've you've worked so hard to get debt free. And now you got a job after being laid off or furloughed or whatever. You're you're you're almost debt free here in such a good place y hurry. So let's just say it's ten thousand dollars I'm making this up or twenty thousand dollars. I do some research and find out what you think it would cost and in let's say it's one of those numbers like that. Then yeah you wait until you have it. And then you protect yourself. Probably, a good idea maybe to get A. Of General practice lawyer. To Or. Maybe a copyright lawyer somebody who just knows And just pay them to draw up a nice agreement for you. So that whoever you hired to do that technical work because they're going to know everything about the product, and so it's proprietary information, and so you need to protect yourself but that's that's what I would do for you. Okay unless you're willing to wait if you're willing to wait a little bit longer and teach yourself how to do great but. I personally would just say you're GONNA have to wait anyway to save up the money I'd I would save up the money and have somebody who's just a whiz with that kind of technology stuff and have them build it for you. You're the idea guy you understand where and how the data needs to be plugged in and used analyzed and Blah Blah Blah, Blah Blah, she somebody to build it. So I actually I like that idea man and listen having kids it's nothing to do with any of this. You'RE GONNA save up your save up you're gonNA save up when the time comes and get this person lined up you start working on a project together And you're still doing life and that just fits around your life schedule and then when this thing becomes a product that you can hopefully. And get some people excited about it and sell it man. This is great. This like me trying to do radio show right a books could take time man but you got it you're on your way. So whichever way you want to do it work. 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Sake Future Summit 2020 Revisited (Part 1)

Sake On Air

59:23 min | 3 months ago

Sake Future Summit 2020 Revisited (Part 1)

"In the people actually brought me back in one thousand nine hundred places actually the main drag the i. It was time to missile the point where actually chanting eighteen not just suck as beverage for culture history and thanks so much for joining us once again for a brand new episode of sake on air. The world's number one podcast dedicated to expanding the dialogue surrounding japan's most celebrated and conic fermented drinks and distilled spirits of sakai. And showed you sake on. Air is made possible with the incredible support of the japan sake and showed you makers association and due to or in some respects thanks to the tumultuous year that was two thousand twenty last year. We also had the incredible honor of being able to further support. The efforts of the japan saakian show jamaica's association by delivering. The industry's very first soccer. Future summit we've since gone ahead and spliced up that nearly thirty hours of dialogue and nearly as many programs into individual videos to help make the topic speakers in conversations easier to find and enjoy viewing these on the official sake on their youtube channel is arguably the best way to take in a lot of these discussions our that being said a lot of the great ideas and insight actually translate to an audio only format quite well. that's why week decided to weave together segments from the various different sessions into a podcast. It is worth noting however that a little more than half of the programming for the sake future summit was actually comprised of interviews tours presentations and discussions conducted with individuals that are entrenched in the japanese side of the industry and as result were also conducted in japanese on youtube. All those discussions have been translated subtitled and made available and accessible. We highly recommend checking out his will. It's material that we feel uniquely very privileged to have been able to organize deliver in it offers really great insight into the topics and conversations that are really permeating the japanese sake and juju industries with the future summit. We recognize that we did indeed try to thread the needle just a little bit by hosting both of a mixture of rather industry centric discussion alongside a good deal. More light-hearted entertainment focusing more on the simple enjoyment of saakian showed. You are thought. Was that the people places processes the activities surrounding these amazing drinks that they're just inherently interesting. Our hope then is that whether you're just getting to know what sake and show you have to offer. And what they're all about or if you long been committed to these koji born beverages. We hope that you'll agree so with that. Let's go ahead and get into the for. This session will be listening in on a segment titled sake over wine. The taiwanese cuisine experiment. Here mr wolfgang. Who is the president and ceo of the internationally renowned glassmaker. Here in japan. Real teamed up with michael the minted Samra and the chef and owner of honeybees kaya and president of hallway imports in taiwan. Where together they systematically got to the bottom of one very simple but important question when it comes to enhancing the flavor experience of taiwanese cuisine. How often and in what circumstances the sucky outperform wine. The duo put together a brilliant and rather mouth-watering presentation outlining their processes the food and wine selections and their interpretation of the results. Highly recommend checking out the session over on youtube in its entirety in order to get the full story in context here in this segment the to discuss the instances where certain types of wine end sock gay proved to be the best option with sock clearly coming out on top so here we go I was stopped with the wines and then stock michael will talk about the sockets and so we have the first wine. One out of sixty dishes was the best matched with pinot noir. The pinot noir. The fruits level of of this off from from chile was really good. Really going really well with frozen total and the thick jimmy pace so this is our this. The fruit it wasn't was was winning but only getting our and was the only red wine so This was the biggest shock for me personally. Because going to taiwan tasting beef stir fried and and and lots of lots of labor intensive. The i was hoping or was was expecting at the rate wines doing a lot better but but unfortunately this was the biggest surprise to me that the red wines general category was very hard to beat socket very very hard to The one that that did stand up the only one that's stood up to to to to the sockets was the recently and not they're straining. Recently various recent on the first day was fought with sharp Deeper was very dry was a dry style and The acidity was just too sharp and too overpowering for for for most dishes which very delicate guy when these dishes but once we chose the mode the mozell with which has a higher residual sugar so balanced beautifully at the scene of the wind itself as a beverage and also it has a lower alcohol. Those to those two components. I felt was extremely as a finding for us really really an enlightening that lower alcohol and balanced the city in the wine To was was really a great great match with with seven. Out of the six So they'll have different Michael is there anything you want to add to those total. Very surprising for me I realized that the sweetness from the wine and also If the balanced it's actually go very. Well wait belt. I want food here. And that's the most. I surprise the and also the rate wine actually do very poorly which is also very surprised. Says while i saw this kind of some of the meat beechwood co pay rent Quite well with the ray wind but it isn't so but of course we have the strong components of the caso. Yeah and this is joe by michael. Yes yes and they say the Mikimoto very Indicate down the acidity. An also mummy as some of the complexity at the end of the sock gay and actually won eight out sixty beaches and i find quite interesting that This kind of file. Which the latte. Take asset. Very strong nostrum. Baby obvious lactic. Acid actually can go with something extreme. Taiwan food like the deep fried things and also stir fried with the garlic and even something really spicy They you a love. Chilly actually will go well with that sweet and also acidity lactic acidity. That been reminds something like what happened with muzzle you know. We got the sweetness in oso balance acidini and also happening in in this year. So i if we have something right. The highest body and also remind me as well. Maybe we can go which something spicy food as something more Spice from the garlic ginger and also of defy thing. I think we'll go very well. And for the claim shellfish of of course we go well on the asaka because of a associate exit also make coincide. They they pay well From the food they also gas well and the next one will go on the big winner ban. This was this was for me. A big shock onus later this could not be possible but michael bird. That's true I also saw be one probably will do like a thirty percent of the issue with go. Well not dykes thirty. Five is kind of crazy because Most of the market that we have in the gym. Mike angel or jimmy. Danger tend to go olympic sweet but the first the very beginning. I was kind of scared that he says Tool suite spoiler food when they are pairing but after oil the The flight that we have actually wear very well special with something with Meat sauce nikki juice. And also with something marinate as well and goes to obey well and then i saw wondering outcome goal very wealthy june my daikin joy this kind of spile and the results like a back to the standard cooking method that we have in taiwan and most of the. What are they from when we are thinking about that. Point is that first thing is that we use a lot of stock and many the poke so the foodstore that we have we win the super bass all poke blown itself. So we have a stock from the beginning and then the second priority that For the taiwan fu style is site sweet so those are cannot afford. I mean because the postal that we go to buy sometimes can go very cheap either. Maybe i get a soup. One dish would bowl of rice. Maybe i already spent. Maybe two hundred to three hundred. Cnn of course they can not afford yet. Two hundred is very cheap so it's very surprised to see that we are useless price to buy a male but of course they cannot they cannot afford a through to do a lot of gustav. Maybe some sugar is adding into our ingredient and also stir fry. Adding sugar is kind of the the only time that we asked you to make the food multi tasty but now of course because the house. They thought they changed to from the stock from the natural ingredient but still adding sugar to beach is Quite normally in happen in taiwan but not as sweet but a little bit of swiss and also a way of cooking weak- marinade fermentation both as one of the ingredients that will involved to one of these activities Keep one so. Why stop wondering that. Okay we have. The stock of the will mommy and also sugar sweetness a little bit and also marinade for mutation weight of deeper later of the food. Yeah it actually will go well with something. A little sweet and specially with. That will mommy saturday and i realized yes. That's why in the market. Not because only the joe biden joe by bingo or jim mijo is. The high cost ranked the soccer. Because it's also go. Well which taiwan food. That's why the demand of the stockade highway high rank is growing increasing every year. So it's of makes sense at the end of the day that they do well with most of the one of the most frequent comments that we received during and following summit was that it was really a great insight into the world of shots. You during this next session which was titled the craft of sweet potato. Show you we got a really personal. And detailed tour. From mr tacoma wocka matsu who is the brewer and master distiller. Over at the amato zach woulda shuzo together with him. Were also joined by some behind the scenes insight from show to specialists and regular extra handover at the distillery. Mr stephen lehmann the both of them together. Their insight and perspective really provided a wonderful insight into not only the process of crafting. Incredible imo aka sweet potato showed you but also the day to day in the sort of the disposition that is fueled the quality and notoriety of. What's become one of japan's most closely watched show to makers up right. After a tour of the motto xanada brewery industry which was navigated by the show chew specialists and previous show guest mizmaa haley and guided by master brewer and distiller tech on motson. You'll have to check out the youtube video for the tour in its entirety but here being interviewed by our in house. Showed you pro. Mr christopher pellegrini stephen lemon is commenting on his takeaways from being intimately involved in the process from what he refers to as a rather sadistic pursuit of a craft the way that tech gone sung has his finger on the pulse of show to in the industry how the solitary nature of the process contributes to great show too and the beauty of human intervention. That was a phenomenal inside. Look at the distillery and just so there's so much in in what tech gone was talking about and mad props to my ailey who just asked all the right questions. So i don't like what what really Stuck out for you stephen. Like you live this right. Yeah to me. I really love how person alexey comes through and also you know he's such a character he's a really unique human and i think that that really comes through and he you know he really does embody that should kooning's spirit right that craftsman spirit you know. He was living the life in tokyo as working in advertising. When you got the call from his family to come back and start running the distillery because his father wasn't feeling well and he you know he struggled with that decision but once he made it through his back into it. he's just really become such a dedicated craftsman and and you know he one of the things. He told me the very first time it came to work with him was because i always asking him. Why water y y step and he said to me look i call it sadistics system and the reason is if if i started cutting corners on small things i'll start cutting corners on big things you know the quality will suffer and now he's over last seasons he's added steps or deleted steps that have improved efficiency or improved quality right. It's still virtually all done by hand there. I was thinking about it this morning. Actually there are two pieces of equipment. They're use electric city other than like vacuums and things like that we are on a vacuum. Right are bits of You know he. He has just two pieces of equipment that that aid with electricity. And everything else is just you know manual labor and steam. Basically you know so. It's a it's a really really interesting process. And you know his his philosophies also involved as that as known you know he's really matured. I think he expressed that where you know. When i met him he really hadn't thought much about show to outside of japan and now he definitely thinking about that does a big shift in his thinking but he's also having he's always had an outside view. I think that's why he was open to me coming in working for him. You know i might have been the first four hundred ever visit distillery but a year later outs. You're working in now. And i think a lot of other distilleries probably would've Thanks weakest don't want the hassle where he welcomed it You know. I think his time working in advertising tokyo really gave him a global right. I mean when i was living in new york he could. He would recommend restaurants or bars dignity that he has your on pulse. You know so. He really does Anything he thinks a lot of all of these things. He's he's got he's got nothing else to do other than make his show to insult So all of his time thinking about it so every year. I come back. And he's got some new angle some new concepts and it's always inspiring and it's always surprising really. I think that came through a little bit on video with him Which i really really appreciate it in. You know the the interesting thing he said to me. Actually the first day was here. This realize these long conversations as we're working. Because i think he i think he's kind of lonely sometimes like a lot of work he does solitary writing on your sort of like a chance to the chat and So he said to me said you know. She's really it's a. It's a natural process using yeast in koji right but that natural process is resisted by technology. With the still right. You're introducing something completely man made to this traditional fermentation process with distillation. And that's what makes it such an interesting contrast right. We're talking about a handmade made traditional product. It's using technology right that was developed for this purpose. Obviously thousands of years ago in still involved You saw his still is still pretty rudimentary in. It's all stainless out. It's not very big now. I thought it was funny when biased. Why is it so narrow and it was not allowed to remain the. Yep and it's it's. I think it's older than his father. His father just turned eighty this year. Old still in it's been around and So just the way that he thinks about these things in just like peeling an onion. Every time. i'm here. I learn more. There's always some new aspect in some new part of the process a So that's why we've been doing that for the last eight years. The model under which diamond brewery has found new life is anything but typical when you're stuck a 'damul representing six generations of diamond brewery partnered with the now. Ceo of diamond brewery. Mr marcus cellini. They set a new precedent for what preserving and expanding the craft and culture of sock could look like and this excerpt from the session titled sake-brewing under nontraditional management. Marcus and diamond some. They discuss what it was that they were really truly setting out to save when they decided to embark on this very special inspiring journey. Together that out. I remember when we were taught you. And i were speaking probably several days only before marcus traipsed in and i remember you saying well. You know it's difficult situation. There's not much to be done about it. But you said the one thing that disappointed you the most was that the beautiful coulda building would-be bulldozer. To way we'd be destroyed in this thing that has been such an integral important part of the town. There for almost two hundred years would have to go away and really really struck. Me is a very very by tender emotional point worried as much about anything except beautiful rebuilding going away. Can you tell me more about how you felt that day or at that point in time. Well yes how. I felt yes. Many things In the in certain period of time and actually yes exactly. Jones said my most law which or expectation is to to survive as is the facility the ruler grueling or the business brown or the much we add if we can work with Someone and bring into the future. That's kind of the Dream and the yes. Some of you ever visited. Also we dive. Raleigh's sitting there at the eagle mountain range east and logan also function and it's very traditional small galasie which is called mugabe allege and more than village itself is more than nine hundred years old second really just sitting perfectly in holiday with this environments and the nature so i never So it's this loopy disappeared in some way so that's most concerned. Of course things should be done. But it's i hope some something will be happened god in soil. Come down to save us all her. You know something like that. But it was serendipity sadly waga said and the the thing slim so naturally amazingly weekly and came to the point that lead us we could have started in a new phone on the business entity. So i was great justin greats. So god's jonah had wanted that Two hundred year old building with six generations of family passing through it every single day of their lives. This has energy and it has its own personality and that you can feel it. I grew up in new york city. And you don't have that opportunity you don't mind. My uncle paints put pictures of the italian. You know italian roots houses where we came from when we emigrated. We don't even know pictures. Were real it was part of trying to hold onto some kind of tradition an image. But this is real and it's amazing to see it's it's a part of the brewery and it's a member of the brewery and it's a contributor living entity every time there's a storm this is my way greatest moments when there's a storm going on. I was just like lesage with iphones. Earthquakes and all the rest every time. There's a thai food. I started running around like a chicken without a head. You know checking this check that it's okay to really okay donaldson just looks at me. He goes door and we're two hundred years. She's held up just grow our team so that that has been a powerful saving saving her. There's been a powerful part of what we did. Returning back to the world of show to our in house showed you pro. Christopher pellegrini paid a visit to the s g club in the heart of tokyo in to kick off the soccer future summit for us. It's here that we were able to join. Founder of the s g group and bartender extraordinaire. Mr shingo goal kong as well as bartender and brand manager for the s g showed you joking autumn here the two shared with us how they maximize the greatness of show chew both in theory and in practice the visual component for the session was actually quite significant. So for those at the time we highly recommend checking out the full program over on youtube and this clip shingo and talk about their approach to utilizing show chew in cocktail parents as well as offer practical advice for getting the most out of the profiles inherent to different show styles. Even at home yet Right now we do cocktail s she s she s she. Yeah i used to talk a lot. i wanted to years Different poacher Food and just the music and we basically take you to the orchard for The menu as voting you each Punching a cocktail bidding do so like i said uh coaching traditionally we drink with food. So you to do his easy to That we should know in aging short. You so it's these days. What what some on a on a pass in terms of the menu s era. We're kind of ood comes out with the in pockets. So i guess that each country has been so sometime in french presenting as one thing in front of minds Says that mr you. There are no wrong answers. It's one thing he likes to say. And it's true shorts. She doesn't really have that a citizen. That's going to cause problems with different. It's not gonna clash. Who would you would. You agree with that since the or a coaching mummy side also was with stow but the difference between wine terry. After the winds they didn't work can defend Doesn't work you're getting adjust until perfectly much. Can maybe this much okay. Maybe this is the more sweetness more. I was licensed. You're getting always suggest to be earning having acid. I did i did not consider that I when i think of like when i think of rice into of skewers the sounds like a nice salad And i think of am i am. I need some good shots there. What what would you say the assurance you don't you generally a shortcut and i think there's a couple of different tables to this because we are doing a completely cocteau and teasing. You're at bar on the dishes. That were serving are. You wouldn't be able to just say like Dying it's gonna be a temperate. Happy okay So it's the food aspect is also Kind of buying some unexpected elements to get in the auto buying and those two are the net match. So i think It's hard to say. In general terms just way goes which showed soup. Is you have more complex. Army going But because likely because showing itself already lends itself so well to e- enjoy When you have less shows you that works really long tells. The carrying lillies are really endlessly. And it's yes by signing both from the and yup yup yup. So just think you you hear that. That was a rabbit hole. I think that's a whole other stash. Just thing that i thought was a omega elizabeth back on the body rose over the hot dish and even with a which is not just dr Something savory less these earthbound kind of you know While we s yet with that that was huge information. Right there for everybody. Misleading at home all tots mo Sweets that s that s. That's one of the most useful light the the bulletin whites that you need to remember about If we had to select just one component of sake and show to that contributes to making these entirely unique beverages and cultures something really special in the global landscape we would be inclined to put koji up on the editorial taking more of a big picture approach for this session. We dedicated our time to looking at the role that koji has and could likely have in further defining. The world's relationship with soccer showed you and how the world may learn to cook brew into still in the future for this session. Redefining koji for the future were for this session titled redefining koji for the future. We're joined by mr koichi gucci. The director of monsanto skate schoten osaka which is one of japan's very few businesses dedicated entirely to the production preservation and distribution of koji. Together with him. Is jeremy Owner of larger delicatessen and bakery over in cleveland ohio as well as the co author of koji alchemy for the following segment the to share the discoveries that came about through their passion resources and how that's opened up a world of possibility that particularly in japan. No one had ever even imagined just finally starting to offer a glimpse into what a world that has an appreciation for the power of koji could look like in the not so distant future. Yeah i was very fortunate. I grew up just in terms of being inspired as a cook. My grandmother was a caterer For kosher foods here here. In cleveland so at a very young age i was always very interested in cuisine and cooking and food and especially how people enjoyed the food at a young age. Seeing you know being thirteen fourteen years old seeing something that i made in my grandmother's kitchen for an event and then putting it on a table and seeing a couple hundred people go and eat it enjoy. It was the biggest thrill in the world. So you know it it. All kinda started there but going forward. I think you're working with koji. Specifically it is such a wonderful and beautiful organism itself how it grows how it smells how it tastes and then all of the wonderful unlimited possibilities it gives us not just in food but i know at least here in the united states since the nineteen eighties different types of laundry detergent in soaps. Dave used coggi's enzymes in them to create these more environmentally friendly and biodegradable cleaners Space agencies now are looking at taking koji the mars into the moon to help create foods for astronauts because you can go up with a little packet spores and it doesn't wave very much and then you could grow it on something and end up with a lot more of something That doesn't really need the same type of of circumstance or environment that say growing weeks or you know tomato plant or something on another planet would need so. There's really when i say unlimited possibilities like. That's so intrigued by that. You can do anything that you want when it comes to koji. If you can dream it up and think that it's delicious and that you would enjoy it and that hopefully at least one other person enjoys it too. It's worth doing it And just that potential that koji gives us is fantastic. I mean me as an outsider looking into japan and even some of the other cultures in asia that use koji. The way i look at. It is asia and southeast asia. The most people in the whole world live there. There's more people that live there than the rest of the world. So more people are aware of maybe not koji itself but the foods made with it. The soya sauces. They alcohols the sockeye the me so they know those foods than people. That don't know those foods. So i feel in some regards that myself and other chefs in the west. We're we're kinda. We're going really fast to catch up Because we're at least a few hundred years late. If not a few thousand at this point. I imagine i imagine you know when you first visited larger that i mean that was probably a bit of a shock. You probably also didn't imagine the idea of koji going into the mood that point either but i'm curious as the access to koji starts to sort of expanding starting to diversify interpret that that potential and sort of where are you feeling that there's different areas for possibility is from your end as a supplier and as a producer is good question justice and when i visited in jeremy place in the he served a menu foods for me Mostly japanese people are has very conservative mind for koji because we can access only missile source and this kind of cozy from indian food in japan and these has sort of similar flavor. How do think about just justice body. We have Conservative mind right. Yes i can say yes. It's as cold conservatives the right word but it's locked into a very specific. It's very siloed off into very specific. Applications jamming sends cuisine has no this kind of flavors but did all of them are used koji we i can say his who's are very fantastic because it has ritual mommy and recently we As i told you we have many men receive banging queries from international customers and most of them are missile manufacturer or for talented share. Far personnel. cozine suggested sometimes the sake breweries and interesting. Whenever i received the increase from them i ask the job title and the purpose of cozy using to avoid spreading to our staff that to solve party has the same time this works zaza marketing glass and we usually. I usually hear the job title. The formative area interesting job title for me because you know. There's no wars in japan. If we translate to japanese it is like hukou. Yeah i never thought. Job title in japan Making missile or. I mean the pace with cozy and interesting guy from australia. Visited in our place Last year and he brought the some his samples and he gave me. I case that they are looking at all but a taste was very interesting because it has very cheesy fraser but it's not contaminated for sure cheesy. Freiburg is will never think about this. So the big inference is in most of big big inferences come from the overseas so the us and the european market is very interesting. It will be very interesting more in the future closing out the soccer future summit. We were joined by pioneering. Dj and artist. Richie houghton who also happens to be the mastermind behind the counter socket label and his recently opened sake bar and bottle shop in the heart of berlin psyche. Thirty six having launched sake thirty six in the midst of the pandemic that was twenty twenty here sake on air host. Rebecca wilson lie in john gartner. Check in with richie onsite. its socket. Thirty six to learn about how his motivations and experiences with enter have informed his latest endeavor the experience of bringing an entirely new stage for socket to life in a world of uncertainty and how it all feeds into a future vision for the greater say culture. You have a new platform which is untested and you are putting soccer from japan. Tell me a little bit about the relationship building because this is not just soccer this other soccer outside of the family of of labels. So i mean you also providing brewers as you've just shown us with amazing mccown positioning brand storytelling But i also understand doing something quite innovative with your storage as well as that correct. Well i don't. I don't know if it's innovative. It's one of the other things. Know we learned with enter socking you know we had incredible partners around the world with into soccer distributors customers in stores and shops and restaurants but every country has a different logistic pipeline. So you you you really never know how long stockings taking to get to To a certain country how condition is how it's been bumped after and so one of the very key parts of sack of thirty six was to commit to handling everything from beginning to end so that our customers have as close of an experience to being out of brewery tasting or. Let's say at least being in tokyo at the best sake. Bar in quality and consistency. So like i said to john. We have direct relationships. To all over years we picked up from the brewery and then we controlled from that brewery until we poured into the glass of the customer in berlet. And that really doesn't happen very often outside of japan because it's always other different. Middle people are distributors. I'm not saying anything wrong about that. Because we need all that infrastructure but for us it was our commitment to kind of live up to the expectations of auguries and to the quality of the socket that they were producing to do our very very best with temperature controlled logistic flow so that our customers really are appreciating. A a kid for how you know who suicide has actually brewed that. That bachelor socket. That's that's really crucial. Because i all of us will agree that we are spoilt for choice here in japan. We have you know living in the best time. I believe the best time to be drinking saka with a new generation and older generations. Everyone creating fantastic and we're also getting a handle on some technical things like temperature control and making sure that from the brewery to the inconceivable we can provide a a an environment for that soccer to transition to final glass and stay in kind of genuine close. He assured condition. I'm john i want to throw it over to you. Because you are kind of your distribution guy. You might have some fellow christians with threat. She about on what he's doing. Well i mean that could gazillion questions. And i'm not sure of the republic knowledge but basically you control temperature from the leaves to the brute at the time it gets to shop. Is that correct. Yes exactly yeah. So i think go ahead what you know. I think there's all these as many different opinions about what temperature and each part of the the the Logistical journey that sake takes Will still have different people handling it from the brewery to the ports founded court on the on the on the reefer container in a once it gets to a hamburger or where it's coming into europe and also it's it. I think it's very difficult to say. We're going to dial into whatever zero degree and keep that exactly from beginning to end so we have found a temperature that we can keep consistent because all of might talk talks to brewers. Everyone has a little different viewpoints. Let's say for minus five to five degrees kind of the range that most people are on one way. But what i heard from the brewers is that more than the temperature while the second part is consistency. And he's much exactly so it's finding that balance of those and also every sock is different. Not every socket needs to be kept minus drive. Some some great antenne can be you know probably at fifteen or eighteen degrees but one our what our opinion is is that no matter what style of soccer if we keep it up if we keep a cold supply chain that when it gets us it's still a as close to the condition as it was in the brewery and then if we want to warm asaka up if we want to you know again i'm gonna go back to harper in thomas gallison's like open it up leaving it. See how it's going to be in six months like you know it's if that's the ruined intention than we're happy to do pass it onto a customer and allow them to play with it or we will play with it too if that is part of the philosophy of that sake but at least the main point is that it gets to hear thirty six. Our storage downstairs as close as it was when it left. The japanese whiskey has exploded internationally. The truly unique japan born distillate of barley show. You however has not the world fights to get access to great or in some cases rather suspect japanese whiskey right now. They're still more than enough incredible barley show to go around. We thought it would be a worthwhile exercise to line. These two incredible drinks up side-by-side and examine the roots over time how they've come to influence one another and then go over some of the things that might be worth keeping an eye on with regards to the current market and the years to come here in barley show shochu versus japanese whiskey. We're joined by journalist and author brian ashcroft. Who is the author of whiskey. The ultimate guide to the world's most desirable spirit where together with christopher pellegrini the to discuss japanese whiskies historic relationship to casks and coup bridge. And how it's now influencing the world of show in unique and exciting ways. It's somewhat ironic. Because he's whiskey really. Isn't that old. I mean it's still doesn't have proper a proper. Japanese whiskey still doesn't have one hundred years of history japan yet More people outside of japan will know japanese whiskey than show Which i think is interesting The the japanese whiskey tradition owes more to scotland. It's done more in the scottish tradition. So you're gonna get a you know a double distillation then you're gonna. It's going to be aged. Obviously in in would. Originally though americans brought whisky to japan and and as far as we know the first a newspaper article from the eighteen fifties That the first Whisky that that japanese people actually imbibed was american whiskey but because of target suitors on the the the gentleman who was the distillery manager yamazaki and then went off to a found. Nica the country's really been on a scotch scotch whisky tradition. And i think that what makes That's so interesting in relationship to show to especially the barley show too. Is we kind of touched on this. About how important is that that The importance of casks in whiskey and not just japanese. We not as japanese whisky but whisky. Full stop so Flavor is going to be around seventy percent From the cask from the cast natural. But seventy percents player is gonna come through that and We can't kind of stress. We can't Deemphasize importance of cast and within japan. A lot of the kind of medium size to smaller size japanese whiskey makers Are able to get good domestic cast because of the show to industry because of the barley show you and so Without that without that industry of aging A burly show chew in western style cast because western style are indigenous to japan. Japan has its own cast tradition and it's different But during the meiji period they started making western saul katz japan and Comas joe joe's as the reason why that that company is so important for this tradition. Was you know during the mid to late. Fifties the exact maybe fifty seven. They released a rice show too so it's not a. It's not a burly not not the one that were Started talking about today. That was matured in western south casts. And because of this then we we started to get a new style of show chew and mcghie showed mcgee. Is you know Just suited a much more to this kind of maturation It seems which is why a lot of other producers start doing up and because of that you started to get a domestic industry that was really healthy independent. That's the important thing So the big companies like centurion even kitten they have A wide reach You know these are big. You know big You know century big multinational companies. So they're able to get these kind of casks And they that infrastructure that that they can you know Smoothly make a whiskey and so for smaller to medium size whisky-makers the fact that we have a domestic independent cruise industry means that the barrier for entry into making japanese. Whiskey is lower that they can they. Can you know. Talk to sales reps in japan and get stuff You know a lot. Easier to their Maybe exact specifications. So the the coupons that i'm really talking about here is a barrel and they do they do about ninety percent ninety percent of what they make is purchase ninety percents so You know the figures might be slightly maybe eight now. You know what i mean. There's a few more say whiskey majors. But we'll say ballpark have a ninety percent. And what that means is that There's just the supply of cast within the country that that that kind of really opens up options for japanese whiskey makers. So if you're somebody who really really really loves japanese whisky. You should be eternally grateful for the party. Showed you industry. Because that's really making a lot of this. I'm not necessarily possible. It's making a lot easier. It's making a lot easier so I think that we can't We can't overstate that enough. We can't say that. That show. Chu is really really important to japanese whiskey. And not in the way that you'd think it would be which is why for somebody who enjoys very much into his japanese siskind enjoys showed show juice well to to trying of see this Without without each category getting the proper respect it deserves sometimes can see seem frustrating to me. If if you know what i mean but yeah yeah definitely. That's really interesting that i you know the. It helped kick start the whole and create supply for the whisky industry. I think that's a little tidbit that a lot of people are not aware of Yeah i mean the the thing like you can't Like for example when takeshita went off to go set up a distillery one their like. I like big. Big hires was a cooper an really really famous cooper A guy named Kamata zaki sonnet in. So he hired this guy because he was an expert at splitting and working with japanese. And since then. I mean Nica has has shifted to american white oak because to be honest like american white oak is a lot cheaper. it's a lot more plentiful. It's easier to work doesn't leak. I mean the kind of famous line. You hear if you have ten american white outcasts from one of them leak. That's a lot but if you have like ten. Japanese oak cast. An ten of them are eventually a leak leak so i mean So yeah you can kind of I mean just a caster so important. The fact that there's a there a a just world class coupe ridge here making stuff. Independently is huge for the japanese whiskey industry so interesting. Yeah i just want to. I want to step back for a second because we may be causing people to believe that all barley showed you is cask aged right on or that show generalists cascades. And that's certainly not the point. I i would say it's a. It's a very small minority of vodka produced in japan. And i guess i should. I would be remiss if did not mention that japan actually has a barley show tradition that is protected internationally. By the wto iki show chew and it's a reis koji starter fermentation barley Steamed pearled barley secondary fermentation style. Net is only made on iki island off the coast of coq. It's actually part of nagasaki prefecture. There are only seven distilleries there. It's a relatively small put but it's an old tradition and that's that's technically where barley showed you started from and it wasn't cast cascade now the biggest sellers in the bar lee industry right now are largely concentrated in oil prefecture bit over to the east in kyushu where they make a often. One hundred percent barley Often vacuum distilled very light sometimes has some floral or botanical qualities. Too nice toasted notes underneath very easy sipping barley showed you so. That's actually the standard. That's actually the norm right. There's there's a ton of variety and what we're dealing with today especially these the coma song and cajoles cajole is. We're going to see some product that has been barely edged. Because they're really really good at that and you have to. It's it's further. It's hard to further contextualize. Like why did the start in the nineteen fifties style. Japanese whiskey within japan was starting to take a proper. Whiskey has been made in japan since the twenties but even before that it had been imported into the country but But it was mostly like ex-pats or kind of like i don't know edgy adventurous drinkers but normal Normal folks weren't drinking Whiskey really we'll say you know thirties. Postwar kind of really started kickoff in the postwar era. So by the nineteen fifties a domestic whiskey consumption was was influential enough whereas show chew producers. Kind of maybe. A light bulb in their head went off and said like oh we could take these casts. It'd be different you know. It's not like they're making whisky. They're not at all it's something totally different Which i think is a fascinating. Gather thing i just wanted to to to mention Just kind of wrapping this up. Is it one of the most interesting things that i've noticed within the japanese cooper industry is you'll have a cooper's who are working at shochu makers like their in house group ridge and maybe they'll come over to whiskey or maybe in a whiskey croup rich like you know really big company Their in house coverage and then go over to to show you and so this kind of like cross This kind of a crossover of knowledge. I think just strengthens the domestic group bridge industry. That's very interesting. That's that's a really interesting comment and that will wrap it up for one more episode of sake on air. Please do feel free to share your thoughts and feelings about the show with us at questions at sake on air dot com or you can follow us at at on air on twitter facebook or instagram. The rest of all of these programs from soccer future summit. Twenty twenty are all available on our youtube channel. 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